From the local Newspaper "De Gelderlander": Roads to well-known Airborne memorial sites will be closed to all traffic on Saturday or Sunday. The municipalities of Ede and Renkum have decided to prevent public attending the commemorations at the Ginkelse Heide in Ede or the Airborne Cemetery in Oosterbeek. The 76th commemoration of the start of the Allied liberation operation Market Garden in the Arnhem region in September 1944 only takes place in a closed circle due to the corona virus. “It is the first time since 1945 that no veterans, relatives or other visitors are welcome at the memorial service at the Airborne Cemetery in Oosterbeek. That is very terrible, "said organizer Erik van der Meiden. The Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery contains more than 1750 soldiers who fell in September 1944 during the Battle of Arnhem. On Sunday morning all roads to the cemetery will be closed, including for walkers and cyclists. https://www.gelderlander.nl/ede/wegen-naar-bekende-airborne-locaties-komend-weekend-dicht~a62e0bd6/ This is how the Ginkelse Heide probably will look like next weekend, no parachute dropping and no crowds of visitors. For the first time in 76 years, this year it will remain quiet and empty.