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A woman works from home behind a computer with pets and dog in Rotterdam, Netherlands on November 17, 2021. The Netherlands re-imposed some lockdown measures last weekend for an initial three weeks in an effort to slow a resurgence of coronavirus contagion, but infections have continued to spread. The National Institute for Health (RIVM) on Tuesday reported a record of more than 110,000 cases in the week ended Nov. 16, an increase of 44 % from the week before, with the strongest rise among children aged 4-12. Among measures in place since Saturday are the early closure of supermarkets, bars and restaurants, social distancing, restrictions on sporting events and a recommendation that people work from home. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A woman works from home behind a computer with pets and dog in Rotterdam, Netherlands on November 17, 2021. The Netherlands re-imposed some lockdown measures last weekend for an initial three weeks in an effort to slow a resurgence of coronavirus contagion, but infections have continued to spread. The National Institute for Health (RIVM) on Tuesday reported a record of more than 110,000 cases in the week ended Nov. 16, an increase of 44 % from the week before, with the strongest rise among children aged 4-12. Among measures in place since Saturday are the early closure of supermarkets, bars and restaurants, social distancing, restrictions on sporting events and a recommendation that people work from home. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A woman works from home behind a computer with pets and dog in Rotterdam, Netherlands on November 17, 2021. The Netherlands re-imposed some lockdown measures last weekend for an initial three weeks in an effort to slow a resurgence of coronavirus contagion, but infections have continued to spread. The National Institute for Health (RIVM) on Tuesday reported a record of more than 110,000 cases in the week ended Nov. 16, an increase of 44 % from the week before, with the strongest rise among children aged 4-12. Among measures in place since Saturday are the early closure of supermarkets, bars and restaurants, social distancing, restrictions on sporting events and a recommendation that people work from home. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A woman works from home behind a computer with pets and dog in Rotterdam, Netherlands on November 17, 2021. The Netherlands re-imposed some lockdown measures last weekend for an initial three weeks in an effort to slow a resurgence of coronavirus contagion, but infections have continued to spread. The National Institute for Health (RIVM) on Tuesday reported a record of more than 110,000 cases in the week ended Nov. 16, an increase of 44 % from the week before, with the strongest rise among children aged 4-12. Among measures in place since Saturday are the early closure of supermarkets, bars and restaurants, social distancing, restrictions on sporting events and a recommendation that people work from home. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A woman works from home behind a computer with pets and dog in Rotterdam, Netherlands on November 17, 2021. The Netherlands re-imposed some lockdown measures last weekend for an initial three weeks in an effort to slow a resurgence of coronavirus contagion, but infections have continued to spread. The National Institute for Health (RIVM) on Tuesday reported a record of more than 110,000 cases in the week ended Nov. 16, an increase of 44 % from the week before, with the strongest rise among children aged 4-12. Among measures in place since Saturday are the early closure of supermarkets, bars and restaurants, social distancing, restrictions on sporting events and a recommendation that people work from home. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A woman works from home behind a computer with pets and dog in Rotterdam, Netherlands on November 17, 2021. The Netherlands re-imposed some lockdown measures last weekend for an initial three weeks in an effort to slow a resurgence of coronavirus contagion, but infections have continued to spread. The National Institute for Health (RIVM) on Tuesday reported a record of more than 110,000 cases in the week ended Nov. 16, an increase of 44 % from the week before, with the strongest rise among children aged 4-12. Among measures in place since Saturday are the early closure of supermarkets, bars and restaurants, social distancing, restrictions on sporting events and a recommendation that people work from home. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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An 11-year-old girl is doing a corona self-test at home, self-test with a nasal swab in her nose. The past week has seen the largest increase in the number of positive cases in children aged 4 to 12 years. Never before have so many new corona cases been registered in a week as in the past seven days. The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) received 110,558 reports of positive tests in one week. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service. Rotterdam, Nethrlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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An 11-year-old girl is doing a corona self-test at home, self-test with a nasal swab in her nose. The past week has seen the largest increase in the number of positive cases in children aged 4 to 12 years. Never before have so many new corona cases been registered in a week as in the past seven days. The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) received 110,558 reports of positive tests in one week. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service. Rotterdam, Nethrlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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An 11-year-old girl is doing a corona self-test at home, self-test with a nasal swab in her nose. The past week has seen the largest increase in the number of positive cases in children aged 4 to 12 years. Never before have so many new corona cases been registered in a week as in the past seven days. The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) received 110,558 reports of positive tests in one week. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service. Rotterdam, Nethrlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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An 11-year-old girl is doing a corona self-test at home, self-test with a nasal swab in her nose. The past week has seen the largest increase in the number of positive cases in children aged 4 to 12 years. Never before have so many new corona cases been registered in a week as in the past seven days. The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) received 110,558 reports of positive tests in one week. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service. Rotterdam, Nethrlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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An 11-year-old girl is doing a corona self-test at home, self-test with a nasal swab in her nose. The past week has seen the largest increase in the number of positive cases in children aged 4 to 12 years. Never before have so many new corona cases been registered in a week as in the past seven days. The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) received 110,558 reports of positive tests in one week. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service. Rotterdam, Nethrlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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An 11-year-old girl is doing a corona self-test at home, self-test with a nasal swab in her nose. The past week has seen the largest increase in the number of positive cases in children aged 4 to 12 years. Never before have so many new corona cases been registered in a week as in the past seven days. The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) received 110,558 reports of positive tests in one week. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service. Rotterdam, Nethrlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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An 11-year-old girl is doing a corona self-test at home, self-test with a nasal swab in her nose. The past week has seen the largest increase in the number of positive cases in children aged 4 to 12 years. Never before have so many new corona cases been registered in a week as in the past seven days. The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) received 110,558 reports of positive tests in one week. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service. Rotterdam, Nethrlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Nurses treat a corona patient in the Covid IC ward in the Van Weel-Bethesda Hospital who is on a ventilator. The crowds are huge in the hospitals again because the infections are rising fast and many corona patients have to go to hospitals again because they need care also in the cohort department. The RIVM recorded 19,274 new coronavirus infections between Sunday and Monday morning, beating a record set last Thursday by nearly 3,000. The figure was revealed in an update of raw data that also included information missing from the reports on Saturday and Sunday due to a telecommunications error at the GGD health service.Dirksland, Netherlands, November 16, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM