Covid-19: Belgium facing a new wave

Belgium has seen its cases explode in recent weeks. The mask will again be made compulsory in public spaces.

Belgium has known a life without a sanitary mask, but of short duration. In Flanders, like everywhere else in the country, contamination is on the rise again: + 76% of positive cases in just one week. As a result, the mask will become mandatory from November 1 in closed public places. Currently, 5,500 positive cases are detected every day in Belgium, a figure identical to France, except that the flat country is six times less populated.

So, from now on, the health pass will be compulsory in cultural places and restaurants from the 1st November. A bad for a good, according to the restaurateurs. “You see so many people coming from all over the place that you never know. It’s better to be careful. You shouldn’t close the restaurant, because that’s a disaster.”, confides Matthias Speybrouck, manager of “Va et Comes”. The watchword of the Belgian authorities is to prevent in order to avoid restrictions.

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