Belgium is officially relaxing some coronavirus fighting measures and giving perspective to several sectors, Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announced during a press conference on Friday.
Calling for caution, De Croo set out how the next few months could go – as long as the situation in Belgium stays under control, and the evolution of coronavirus infection rates and hospitalisations.
From 8 March:
From 15 March:
During Easter holidays (5-18 April):
After the Easter holidays (from 19 April):
The next Consultative Committee will be on 26 March, at which point measures – including the travel ban – can be adjusted if necessary.
For the full explanation of the measures, click here.
The Brussels Times