Quarantine restrictions tightened in Belgium

Source : 112 Ukraine

The country returns to mask mode and remote work
09:45, 18 November 2021

Ambulance crew work as a patient arrives at the CHR CItadelle hospital in Liege, Belgium.
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In Belgium, quarantine restrictions have been tightened due to an increase in the incidence of coronavirus. In particular, the country has returned to the mask mode and remote work, The Guardian reports.

“From Saturday [November 20], all people in indoor venues such as cafes and restaurants will need to wear a mask unless seated and the rule will apply to those aged 10 or older. The previous age threshold was 12,” the message reads.

To visit a catering establishment, theater or other entertainment or cultural place, you must have one of the following documents: a certificate of full vaccination, a negative test or a certificate of recovery.

Belgium has one of the highest incidence rates per capita in the European Union, the publication reports with reference to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control. The figures are about one in a hundred people in the last 14 days.

As it was reported earlier, Sweden introduces digital certificate for coronavirus vaccinees. It is designed to attend public gatherings and indoors events with more than 100 people.

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