Going out in the city has changed



Right, you read it right. Going out isn’t what it used to be. This was already the case before the corona crisis, but the new one and a half meters of society has made it completely different when you want to go into the city to drink a beer or dance with your friends. Are you curious what is still possible in the one and a half meter society? Then read on quickly!


Before the pandemic took more hold on the inhabitants of the earth, it was the most natural thing in the world to go to the club every now and then to have a good time. Dancing, drinking, meeting new people, it was all there. Things are different these days, you definitely feel that when you live in the Randstad.

Many clubs have not been open since mid-March. This results in people having to do other things to let loose. Fortunately, this is also something that has a positive side. Something that used to be more and more common than ever in the cities is the use of drugs. For example, a speed addiction is soon lurking. Especially because this drug gives you the feeling that you can continue for a while. Now that there is less partying, it seems as if the use of this drug has decreased. This makes room for cozy drinks with friends on terraces!

Grab a terrace

And this is also different from what we are used to. It is now only possible to have a drink with your housemates on a terrace without having to make a reservation. Or well, you can sit on the terrace with people outside your household, but at a distance of one and a half meters from each other.

This may seem like a drawback, but it is of course done for your own safety. After all, it is important that, even in this new period of fighting the pandemic, we remain alert to the risks that coming too close together entails.

So also meeting up with friends as we know it has actually been completely given a new look. It brings people to new and creative ideas to seek out cosiness. This actually applies to both inside and outside the city. The only difference is that in the cities you see much more often that people flout the rules because the numbers are a bit more positive again. However, this is no reason to let your attention weaken. In short: stay safe, keep one and a half meters away. Also on the terrace.