Aalst Carnival, which previously made international headlines for its controversial anti-Semitic displays, will not take place in February as usual because of ...
Sep, 17
Aalst Carnival will not take place in February next year
Aalst Carnival, which previously made international headlines for its controversial anti-Semitic displays, will not take place in February ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Belgian mayors race to quell coronavirus clusters after Portugal youth trip
Belgian authorities in the coast are scrambling to contain the emergence of coronavirus hotspots following the detection of dozens of ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Brussels has a new taxi app for people with mobility issues
The Brussels taxi service has launched a new app for people with mobility issues. Handycab is a phone app which brings together all of ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
66 care homes in Brussels and Flanders infected with Covid-19
There is at least one coronavirus infection in 66 of the 820 care homes in Flanders and Brussels, Flemish Public Health Minister Wouter ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Belgium breaks average of 800 new coronavirus cases per day
An average of 807.3 people per day tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19) in Belgium during the past week, according to the ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Van Ranst urges university students to limit weekend trips home
A top Belgian virologist has called on university students to limit trips back to their hometowns during the weekends to limit coronavirus ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Brussels primary school sends all teachers into quarantine
Over 400 Brussels pupils can no longer receive on-site lessons after a primary school quarantined all its teachers after detecting a ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020