It’s unclear how the government will respond.
According to today’s court ruling in the Hague, there is no proof that curfew is in the interests of the country, at this particular point in time. The judge’s ruling means that the curfew will have to be lifted immediately, although the government could choose to appeal the judge’s decision.
The government has not yet commented on the ruling but is obviously aware of the verdict, with the case having been brought by a protest group named Virus Truth. However, the government hasn’t yet gone public with any response to the ruling, which argues that there is no proof of the curfew having had any effect on the pressure experienced by the healthcare system.
Some people have already received fines for being out of the house after curfew and it is unclear right now whether these fines will stand, following the ruling. Keep following for updates on the situation.