The Consultative Committee will announce the latest changes to Belgium’s coronavirus fighting measures during a press conference from 5:00 PM, according to the cabinet of Prime Minister Alexander De Croo.
The ministers met on Wednesday from 9:00 AM, to evaluate the current rules and assess the country’s epidemiological situation as the Easter holidays are coming to an end.
De persconferentie over de beslissingen van het Overlegcomité zal plaatsvinden om 17.00u.La conférence de presse annonçant les décisions du Comité de concertation se déroulera à 17h00. — Tom Meulenbergs (@tombrgs) April 14, 2021
The press conference – available online – is expected to focus, among other things, on the possible reopening of the hospitality sector and non-medical contact professions after the so-called "Easter pause." The broadcast will be available here:
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The Brussels Times