The Belgian capital will extend the curfew until mid-December
The Chief Minister of the Brussels Region, the Belgian capital, Wellwater announced on the 18th that Brussels will extend the current curfew until mid-December. Brussels began to implement the curfew measures at the end of October, originally planned to end on November 19.
According to the curfew regulations, unless there is a necessary reason, everyone is not allowed to go out from 10 pm to 6 am the next morning.
The latest data released by the Belgian health department that day showed that the average number of new confirmed cases of coronavirus pandemic in a single day in Brussels has been around 400.
Wellwater said that the current situation in Brussels is still worrying, so he decided to extend the curfew.