COVID infection decline, Belgium eases restriction

In Belgium, the authorities are going to reduce the rules and regulations made for the protection against the COVID-19 from the coming week. All the hospitality venues (Restaurants and bars) will allow access for the full-time duration, as per the sources.

All the children of the age of 12 and under will no more be required to wear a mask, and no one will mandate facial masks for them by observing the further decrease in the case of the most transmissible variant of COVID-19.

On Friday, the government has declared that the country of all the 11 million residents will go ahead towards the code red. On 19th February, the most challenging infection measures were upgraded to code orange.

The Prime Minister of Belgium, Alexander De Croo, mentioned, “We can initiate relieve various measures. There will be no limitations(no closing time) related to the time in the bars and restaurants anymore as well as there will be no more limits on how the maximum number of individuals can sit with each other on a table.”

Furthermore, above the increase in the time of the opening hours in the restaurant and bars, this means that the customers will be no longer able to wear the masks.

The Nightclubs, as well as dancing venues, will also be permitted to resume. The outdoors activities such as concerts will also be allowed to operate under much more relaxed conditions once more.

Along with this, there is a decrease in the cases of the infection 44 percent in the ending week in 7th February than in last week to 23.239 cases.

Additionally, the majority of the cases of the people getting admitted in the hospital and the Intensive Care Unit patients have started to reduce.




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