Last night, the Belgian and Dutch governments decided to open their borders to certain countries, ie to abolish the negative recommendation for travel.. Photo: Pexels.com The Netherlands on June 15 lifts a negative recommendation for travel to 12 countries, to Croatia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Slovenia, Luxembourg, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Italy and the Dutch overseas territories. All countries for which the negative recommendation has been revoked are marked as countries that can be traveled to, but responsibly and with increased caution. “Along with Germany, Belgium and Italy, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Marc Rutte especially pointed out Croatia as a popular holiday destination ” Novak emphasizes. Belgium has thus decided to open its borders on June 15 for travel to EU countries, Schengen and the United Kingdom. “Crossing borders will be possible subject to reciprocity with neighboring countries, and the Belgian government advises citizens to be well informed before traveling, to regularly monitor the situation in the countries they intend to travel to or are currently in, and to regularly follow the pages of the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. . The decision to travel outside Europe will be made at European level.”Said Ivan Novak, Director of the CNTB Representation for the Benelux countries. The Netherlands, as a receptive tourist destination, opens its borders to all EU and Schengen countries except Sweden and the United Kingdom, with mandatory compliance with sanitary and social distancing measures.
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“It’s gonna take a while for everything to come together,” Gentry said, “it doesn’t matter who it is.”Gentry said Zion will have a minutes restriction when he returns. “We will be overly cautious” pic.twitter.com/mTrSwjTCqL— New Orleans Pelicans (@PelicansNBA) January 7, 2020Jrue Holiday and Brandon Ingram have each played more than 34 minutes per game this year. Gentry does not expect Williamson to join them as workhorses in the 2019-20 campaign.”He’s not going to come out and be a 30-minute-a-game guy,” Gentry said. “It’s gonna be a slow process to get him to the minutes that everybody wants to see him at.” Zion Williamson will be on a minutes restriction when he returns from injury, Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said.Williamson, the top pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, has resumed full practice after undergoing knee surgery in October. While no date has been set for the 19-year-old’s debut, Gentry expects it to be soon.”I don’t know for how long, but there will definitely be a minutes restriction,” Gentry told reporters Tuesday.MORE: Latest from Kevin Love-Cavaliers sagaGentry believes Williamson will need time to settle with the Pelicans, who were 12-25 and second-to-last in the West entering Tuesday.
Daniel Stephen Campbell of Dawson Creek has been charged with 7 criminal code charges following last nights high speed chase.The 40 year old man is facing the following charges: * Attempted Murder Section 239(b) of the Criminal Code of Canada * Assault With a Weapon Section 267(a) of the Criminal Code of Canada * Flight from police Section 249.1(1) of the Criminal Code of Canada * Theft Over $5000 Section 334(a) of the Criminal Code of Canada * Dangerous Driving Section 249(1)(a) of the Criminal Code of Canada * Impaired Driving Section 253(1) of the Criminal Code of Canada* Drive While Disqualified Section 359(1) of the Criminal Code of CanadaCampbell has been remanded into custody until October 20th, 2008. The investigation continues.- Advertisement -For more on this story Click Here