The Brussels Regional Government of Belgium announced on the 13th local time to extend the curfew originally scheduled to end on the 15th of this month until March 1.
The Chief Minister of Brussels Capital Region, Wellwater, said that the latest epidemiological data showed that the epidemic situation in Brussels and Belgium as a whole remained unstable and worrying, so the government decided to extend the curfew.
At present, curfew measures are implemented in three regions of Belgium (Brussels, Walloon and Flemish).
According to the regulations of the Brussels Region, except for special emergencies, everyone is not allowed to go out from 22:00 to 6 p.m.
the next day. It is reported that in addition to the curfew, the measures currently implemented in the Brussels region to close shops by 20.00 a.m.
every day and prohibit drinking in public places will also continue to take effect.