An explosion rocked the nCoV test center north of Amsterdam on the morning of March 3, causing the window to burst but not injure.

"The security of the Covid-19 test center called the police at 6:55. He heard a loud bang and then saw some of the building's windows burst," North Holland police announced today.


Security officers investigating at the scene of the explosion in Bovenkarspel on 3/3 Photo: Reuters

Police spokesman Menno Hartenberg said this appeared to be intentional behavior.

Dutch Health Minister Hugo de Jonge condemned the attack, saying public health officials were shocked.

The area surrounding Bovenkarspel is experiencing one of the most serious outbreaks of nCoV in the country, with 81 cases per 100,000 population, compared with the national average of 27.2.

In January, a Dutch Covid-19 test center was burned in the fishing village of Urk, where many conservatives live, when protests broke out to protest the night curfew.

The Netherlands today began to relax the toughest Covid-19 room restrictions since the pandemic began, two weeks before the election.

Teenagers and adults 27 years of age and younger can play team sports outdoors.