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Facebook Twitter. Coronavirus dealt a devastating blow to the Dutch capital's notorious window brothels and left over legally operating sex workers without an income for almost four months.

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The district in Amsterdam's historic center, known locally as De Wallen, relies heavily on tourism and normally attracts over a million visitors a month. The pandemic plunged the sex industry into deep financial trouble and reignited a debate about the future of the Red Light District. When the lockdown began, many sex workers chose to return to their home countries in eastern Europe, according to Felicia Anna, a Romanian sex worker and founder of Red Light United, a trade union representing women.

Many of those who stayed worked illegally.

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They were all gone in one day. Then I stopped counting," says Anita, a year-old sex worker whose name has been changed to protect her identity. Brink of bankruptcy. Amsterdam's mayor wants to relocate the city's sex industry out of town. They were scared of the risk of Covid infection and the general insecurity about income," says Eric Hamaker, owner of Red Light Tax, a bookkeeping firm that handles the finances of many sex workers.

The Dutch government gave the green light for brothels to reopen at the start of July after originally announcing that they would stay closed until September.

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Sex workers are encouraged to ask their clients whether they have Covid symptoms. New hygiene measures include washing hands, extra showering, no kissing and limiting face-to-face contact.

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Closure of the Red Light District during virus lockdown Free Netherlands slut ads many sex workers to the brink of bankruptcy. Amsterdam has been struggling with mass tourism for years, alongside increasing discontentment among residents about loud noise, littering and unruly behavior from tourists. Emboldened by the sight of empty streets and the calm atmosphere during lockdown, residents living in the city center are calling for change. More than 30, residents have ed a petition titled "Amsterdam has a choice," which urges city authorities to improve the quality of life for residents in the center and restrict the annual overnight tourist stays to 12 million.

Last year the total stood at They also saw how dependent the inner city economy has become on tourism," says Martijn Badir, a policy economist who started the petition. The city council declined to comment. Sex workers say their industry has been unfairly singled out as the root of the problem.

The bachelor parties are the problem and the fact that EasyJet flights are so cheap," says Anita. They say that reforming the Red Light District will not solve the issue of overtourism. You can't stop tourism unless you put a wall around Amsterdam," says Anna. Prostitution hotel.

Before the lockdown, Amsterdam Mayor Femke Halsema was already considering a major overhaul of the Red Light District in a bid to reduce disruptive behavior and protect the sex workers from degrading conditions.

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In May, she said that the pandemic has highlighted the "urgency to think about the city center of the future. Halsema has presented four scenarios for the district, which range from reducing the of brothel windows to moving sex workers to a new location. She has also suggested opening a "prostitution hotel" outside the center and said in May that the search for a new location was well under way. The council will hold a vote on the scenarios after the summer, a spokesperson told CNN. New rules Free Netherlands slut ads already been introduced.

Tour guides are no longer allowed to stop in front of the windows and tourists are banned from taking pictures of the sex workers. Sex workers fear the district will be closed down and that they will be moved to a remote location outside the city center. When you leave your shift at 5 a. Here everyone can see us. That's what makes our jobs safe. They also worry about the impact moving elsewhere will have on their income as they rely heavily on walk-in tourists. The current situation provides city authorities with a good opportunity to push through reforms, says Hamaker.

They are scared to lose their livelihoods. There are already options on the table to buy out current owners," he says. A year of the world's Best Beaches There's a perfect beach for every week of the year. us on a month journey to see them all Go to the best beaches.

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