The Netherlands is seeing restrictions in day to day life, and the government has taken measures to contain the epidemic. On 23 March the government asked non-essential businesses to shut down in an effort to ensure citizens stay home as much as possible.
Schools and non-essential businesses are closed until 6 April, although food delivery and takeaway services remain open. All gatherings in the Netherlands are prohibited until 1 June, even those of less than 100 people. Updates on the measures the Netherlands is taking in response to COVID-19 can be found on the Government website here.