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Bredase horeca stuurt brandbrief naar kabinet: 'Niet meer te doen'

De afdeling van de Koninklijke Horeca Nederland (KHN) in Breda heeft een brandbrief gestuurd aan het kabinet. De Bredase horeca pleit ervoor dat de huidige regels van maximaal dertig mensen in een restaurant en 1,5 meter afstand tussen tafels buiten moeten worden losgelaten.
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