Belgium’s Consultative Committee may have decided that indoor areas of bars and restaurants can reopen to seat clients from 9 June, according to reports in local media.
Following the reopening of the terraces last weekend, the hospitality sector will reportedly be allowed to serve clients inside again from 9 June, reports Het Laatste Nieuws, citing confirmation from several sources.
Like on the terraces, customers will likely be allowed to sit at a table in groups of four people, unless it concerns members of a larger household, according to reports from VRT.
Whether or not the closing time will remain at 10:00 PM, like it is now, is reportedly still be under discussion, several media report.
However, the Consultative Committee is still ongoing, and these reports remain unconfirmed until/unless they are announced by Prime Minister Alexander De Croo at a press conference later today. The timing has not been announced yet.