Belgium to reopen clubs, relax compulsory wearing of masks

In Belgium, it has been declared by the authorities that the restrictions that were made to protect the individuals from the COVID-19 variant will be reduced as on Friday, all the nightclubs will be reopened. As per the information provided by the sources, the children in primary schools will be required to wear facial masks.

Since the end of January month, the cases of the COVID-19 variant Omicron have been showing a downward trend.

The Prime Minister of Belgium, Alexander De Croo mentioned by observing the constant cases of the Omicron variant and the Delta variant, “The successive waves have not been that much easy for us. But we have passed that, and we are going from that situation together.”

Moreover, on 24th January, there were around 75,000 of the COVID cases that were dropped to 23,000 in the week of 7th February.

The number of people getting admitted to the hospital has also been reduced as well as the maximum number of individuals in the Intensive Care Unit has also decreased as compared to the previous variant of the COVID-19.

However, from the coming Friday, the nightclubs and all of the hospitalities venues are going to resume as well as the bars will be increase the hours more than the current limit, which will be about midnight.

The access in the indoor venues will depend upon the COVID pass, which will share the information related to the vaccination or the test or if they were infected from the COVID variant, then the recovery data.

 

 

 

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