Virus Outbreak Netherlands Tulips

Far fewer visitors than normal are seen at the world-famous Keukenhof garden in Lisse, Netherlands on Friday. Finally, after month after bleak month of lockdown, there are springtime shoots of hope emerging for a relaxation of coronavirus restrictions at a Dutch flower garden and other public venues. Keukenhof, nestled in the pancake flat bulb fields between Amsterdam and The Hague, opened its gates Friday to a lucky 5,000 people who were allowed in only if they could show proof on a smartphone app that they had just tested negative for COVID-19.