It might seem like a silly choice, but according to the Flemish Agency for Care and Health, there is every chance it’s a decision people will have to make when invites start rolling in for vaccines in June and July.
“Our travel plans should be in function of the vaccination, and not the other way around,” said the agency’s spokesperson Joris Moonens.
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In the days since Pfizer/BioNTech’s received official approval for the first coronavirus vaccine in the EU, the company has kicked off campaigns across the Union.
In May, the Pfizer vaccine is expected to give an extra boost to Belgium’s vaccination campaign thanks to the early arrival of 1.28 million doses from the company’s factory in Puurs in the Antwerp province. So, how does it get to you?
The European Commission has long been considering ways of reducing its number of offices and centralising operations mainly around Schuman and Rogier. The coronavirus crisis is now said to be giving that development a boost. Read More.
The Belgian supermarket chain Delhaize has announced that it will change its name to Belhaize for the next month in an effort to draw attention to a pledge to put more Belgian products on the shelves. Read more.
The administrator of the Facebook page that announced “La Boum 2,” an unauthorised party set to take place this weekend in Brussels’ Bois de la Cambre, was questioned by the police on Tuesday morning. Read More.