The Dutch authorities is planning to ship 200 individuals on vacation to Greece for eight days as an experiment to see if tourism is possible through the pandemic.
About 25,000 persons are mentioned to have utilized for the free journey and the trial will see travellers get pleasure from an all-inclusive vacation in Rhodes, costing £342 (€399) per individual, BBC reviews.
Throughout the experiment, hosted by vacation agency Sunweb, the chosen holiday-goers is not going to be allowed to depart the resort and will probably be anticipated to quarantine for ten days after they return again to Holland.
In keeping with RTL Nieuws, these chosen should be aged 18-70 and can all be staying on the Mitsis Grand Resort in Rhodes the place they would be the solely company.
Within the experiment, which has been given the go-ahead by public well being authorities in Holland, they are going to be allowed to make use of the resort’s services, together with three swimming swimming pools and two eating places, however will not have the ability to head all the way down to the seashore or go away the resort.
The nation has reportedly been finishing up quite a lot of experiments to know which occasions could possibly be protected to renew, together with a convention attended by 500 individuals and a dance occasion with 1,300 company.
For the reason that starting of the COVID-19 pandemic, Holland has recorded 1.25million confirmed instances and 16,536 deaths.