Tandheelkunde Groep Nederland reopens its dental clinics for regular dental treatments

PRESS RELEASE
April 2020
Rotterdam – the Netherlands





The increase in the newly reported COVID-19 cases in the Netherlands is decreasing every day at a steady pace. Government actions against the pandemic result in a controlled and calm atmosphere in society. Elementary schools are restarting to their regular schedules. Further actions to restart other parts of the economy in an intelligent way are being prepared.

For more than a month the dental industry in the Netherlands was only active for emergency treatments, because of COVID-19 pandemic. Tandheelkunde Groep Nederland reopens its dental clinics for regular dental treatments. All group dental clinics started per 22nd of April to do regular treatments with extra infection prevention measures.

Moreover, all of the healthcare professionals in the group are using masks of the highest technological level and protective suits, disinfection at regular intervals are increased and infrared thermometers are used to identify possible infected patients. For the public health of society, also other further measures have been taken to be at service.

Concerning this topic, Tandheelkunde Groep Nederland's management gave an interview to NOS journalist Melvin Captein.

For more information on the interview...

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