The coronacrisis and the measures for the cultural sector

2 April 2020 – The Dutch Cabinet announced drastic measures to contain the effects of the coronavirus. As a result of these measures meetings are prohibited for cultural institutions and public locations like museums, concert halls and theatres.

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Your challenges during the coronacrisis

These are special times where we face major challenges. The impact of the coronavirus is significant and the situation is constantly changing. We will inform you about new developments and measures and are of course at your disposal to support you where necessary with your current challenges. Do you have questions? Please contact your trusted Mazars adviser or use the contact form.

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Cultural sector

On Thursday 12 March 2020, far-reaching measures were announced by the Dutch government to further prevent the spread of the coronavirus. One of the measures with a major impact on cultural institutions is the decision to cancel all events involving more than 100 people. Consequently, many theatres and museums were forced to close down. Smaller cultural institutions have also closed their doors for the time being, in order to proactively contribute to the safety of the public, participants and employees. A heavy blow for a vulnerable sector.