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The Dutch government has heard and listened to the voices of the "Unmute Us" protests. After 150,000 people took to the streets of multiple Dutch cities to protest the nontransparency of event restricting, the government announced they will start to ease restrictions on large-scale events, allowing festivals to begin operating again. The conditions for these large-scale events will still involve some

popular Dutch festival promoter ID&T has decided to file a lawsuit against the Dutch government in order to bar the recent measures adopted by the administration restricting live events. In fact, the organisation believes these measures are not lawful. The restrictions announced by the Dutch government state that due to the recent rise on COVID-19 cases, only small one-day events can

Dutch event producers ID&T have decided to move forward with a summery proceeding against the Dutch government, should they choose to ban summer festivals. In addition to ID&T, 44 other event organising plantiffs oppose the decision to ban non-seated events through to the rest of August. Originally, the Dutch government decided to lift restrictions for all events nearly two weeks ago,

The New York City Nightlife Council has proposed legalizing alcoholic beverages in public parks. The proposition was introduced this past Monday, in addition to the suggestion that bars be allowed open until 4:00am. In an argument for the suggestions, the council stated that due to the pandemic, which the world is still very much in the midst of, the allowance for use

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