Preventive measures companies

ORANJESTAD - In connection with the downscaling of the current measures according to the Ministerial Regulation AB 1989 no.62 General regulation combating COVID-19 (such as shutdown, curfew, lockdown) everyone must abide by the preventative measures concerning social distancing and hygiene. 

Hence minimum requirements that have been set up by the Public Health Department (DVG). These are valid for everyone and there will be compliance checks.

In this document of the Department of Public Health and commissioned by SVB, Medwork and the Department of Labor and Investigation you will find more information:

  • Requirements places of work/businesses preventative measures COVID-19

Below is the schedule of the scaling down measures COVID-19 and the specification of phase 1.

Schedule of scaling down measures COVID-19

Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4
May 4 – 17  May 18 - 31 June 1 - 14 June 15

Maximum 15 persons in work space/ store, including personnel

Maximum 50 people in work space/ store, including personnel Maximum 125 people in work space/ store, including personnel Will be determined

Flexibilisation measures stores/ companies

Phase 1

May 4 – 17 2020 max. 15 persons, including personnel
LIST  NON-ESSENTIAL: WILL OPEN WILL REMAIN CLOSED FOR NOW
Stores (clothes, jewelry, bookstore, pet shop) Schools
Food trucks Shopping malls, markets
Museums and art centers Bar, night club, restaurant
Construction Church, temples
Stores and offices that are not on the non-essential list and that closed their place voluntarily. Beauty shops, barbers, sauna, massage
Lotto

 Afschaling maatregelen winkels/ lokaliteiten FASE 1 van 4 – 17 mei 2020 tot max. 15 personen, incl. personeel.   Schedule flexibilisation measures

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