The event could have been one of the events of a research program in which a concert was previously held.

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There was public outrage in the Netherlands over a 10,000-person test party that had been scheduled for Saturday to determine how safe such large-scale events were during the coronavirus outbreak. Previously, doctors, nurses, caterers and researchers called for the event to be canceled, and the call they initiated has already been signed by more than 350,000 people.

The famous Radio 538 has obtained permission to organize the event in Breda in the south of the country, which will be a part of it For the Fieldlab Research Program In managing safe events. To date, conferences, theater performances, football matches and pop concerts have been held in this program. The participants must have tested negative for Coronavirus.

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Although the event was staged for research purposes, doctors were angered by the initiative. They wrote: “Organizing a party for 10,000 people 400 meters from a hospital full of Covid-19 patients is a slap in the face for patients and hospital staff.” Scientists have also questioned the scientific benefits of such research, and politicians have indicated that it is impossible to keep thousands of partygoers in check.

In the Netherlands, there have been strict restrictions since mid-December to stop the spread of the coronavirus epidemic, but case numbers remain high and hospitals and intensive care units are overburdened. The number of infected people per 100,000 people has recently reached nearly 300 people per week.



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