The Dutch government has decided to lift the most recent restrictions on the population, including requirements for self-testing for COVID-19 in case of symptoms of the disease, as well as staying at home in quarantine. "The government canceled the latest measures regarding the coronavirus. It is no longer necessary to self-test in case of symptoms, to sit at home, even if you do not feel bad," the message reads. At the same time, the government urges people to respond to unwellness, including a virus, flu or cold, and to continue to carry out general hygiene measures such as hand washing, airing rooms, etc. The country is closing testing centers in the regions and will not announce a new wave of vaccinations against COVID-19. And don't get sick!