1,300 dance enthusiasts took part in a trial party investigating how large groups can gather safely in times of coronavirus.
Court found government was entitled to use an emergency law to introduce the measures forcing residents indoors from 9 pm to 4:30 am
The 60-year-old man is alleged to have participated in the robberies in Cologne and Frankfurt between 2018 and 2019.
Police were alerted after a resident heard a baby crying from an underground waste container. The newborn girl is in a "stable" condition in hospital.
Wopke Hoekstra sparked anger after posting a photo of himself on Twitter with Sven Kramer, the winner of four Winter Olympics speed skating gold medals. His outing breached the Dutch coronavirus restrictions.
Minister for Legal Protection Sander Dekker said in a statement that "it is painful to conclude that the government has not done what was expected of it".
"Why do we need to first vaccinate 90-year-olds?" asked Marcel R. "From my point of view, no one needs to live to 110. I'd rather my children be able to go to a café or a concert."
Violence rocked Dutch towns and cities for successive nights after a curfew to stop the spread of coronavirus was imposed. It is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to grievances with the government.
The violence is over the Netherlands' recently approved 9pm-4:30am coronavirus curfew.
The virtual meeting aimed to produce an agenda for dealing with effects such as rising sea levels, extreme weather and crop failure.
The Netherlands will now join the likes of France, Belgium, Italy, Greece and some areas of Germany in introducing the night-time restrictions.