Oct 17, 2020
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Belgium imposed curfew due to COVID-19

Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo has announced the imposition of a curfew in the country to combat the spread of the coronavirus, reports The Brussels Times.

From 00:00 to 05:00 Belgians are prohibited from leaving their homes without a good reason. In addition, all bars and restaurants will be closed - they will only sell takeaway products and deliver to addresses. The measures come into force on October 19.

The French authorities also imposed a curfew. The measures are in effect in the metropolitan area and in some territories where there is a high level of spread of the coronavirus. As noted, the measures will be valid for at least four weeks.

In Moscow, from October 5, all organizations must transfer at least 30% of the staff, all employees over 65 years of age and suffering from chronic diseases, to remote work. Exceptions can only be made if the presence of an employee in the workplace is critical.

Also, the elderly and other citizens from risk groups are advised to follow the home regime and not visit public places unnecessarily. People with chronic illnesses can get sick leaves to stay at home.

In public places, there is a mask mode, gloves must also be used and social distance must be observed.

From October 19 in the capital, access to discos, nightclubs, bars and other entertainment establishments, operating from 00:00 to 06:00, will be limited. To get into the institution, you will need to register.

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