Patients suffering from flu without complications asked not to go to hospital

Patients suffering from flu without complications asked not to go to hospital

Patients suffering from flu without complications should preferably be treated at home, associations representing doctors said on Monday, stressing that they wanted “each patient to receive the best care in the best place”.

Belgium’s Centre for Cybersecurity launches online reference guide for businesses

Belgium’s Centre for Cybersecurity launches online reference guide for businesses

The Centre pour la cybersécurité Belgique (CCB – Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium) on Monday launched an online reference guide for businesses and organizations.

STIB strike in Brussels: All major roads congested

STIB strike in Brussels: All major roads congested

The strike that disrupts Brussels public transport on Monday  has an impact on car traffic in the capital.

Police domiciliary visits: the President of Avocats.be refers matter to Charles Michel

Police domiciliary visits: the President of Avocats.be refers matter to Charles Michel

The President of the Order of French and German-speaking Lawyers (Avocats.be), Me Jean-Pierre Buyle is concerned by a number of “judicial” plans and statements currently emanating from the federal government.

The Schaerbeek Commune ordered to pay 10 years of backdated ONSS contributions

The Schaerbeek Commune has been ordered to pay 10 years of backdated ONSS (National Social Security Office) contributions, RTBF reported on Saturday.

The Gial case at the Brussels administration: “it is high time things changed”, says Debaets

“I’m disgusted to see that the Brussels administration has awarded expensive contracts, at the client’s cost, without respecting the law on Public Markets.

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