GGD Hollands Midden hopes to keep an empty space for Ukrainian refugees who return from host families. Sometimes people still report to town hall. GGD will look into the situation on Monday.
The Nieuwe Sloot Tennis Center is used as the first shelter for a maximum of 72 hours. From there, GGD places refugees in reception centers in various municipalities in the Netherlands. Today, however, it has stopped receiving new batches of Ukrainians for some time.
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The spokesperson states that almost all places have been used in Holland Maiden. “There is only room for a few dozen people. We see that people are still reporting to the municipalities that are in dire need of shelter. Sometimes refugees come back from host families. Sometimes things don’t go well, sometimes people think that regular childcare has become Now available again.”
GGD wants to keep space available for such sharp and spontaneous recordings. “We don’t have enough time to be able to immediately accommodate buses of 75 people at the same time,” the spokesperson explains. In addition, in other reception areas, sometimes up to 600 places are available.
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