13 December 2020: Although the figures are not rising here as is the case in Germany and The Netherlands, they are still too high for comfort.
13 December 2020: Update on The Corona Pandemic – The corona figures show a continuation of the trend set during the past week with the number of people testing positive and the number of those with the virus that are being hospitalised remaining stable in Belgium. The number of infections still top 2,000, a number that is still way too high to bring us in safe waters. Meanwhile, in the Netherlands the number of new SARS-CoV-2 infections continues to rise. On Saturday 9,182 more people tested positive for the viral infection. This pushed the seven-day rolling average in the Netherlands to 7,656, a number which has risen by over 57 percent in ten days. In reaction to the new numbers Mark Rutte scheduled an emergency meeting later today to discuss the escalating coronavirus figures. Also, in Germany the trend is on the reverse and calls are growing for tougher measures. Whilst all warning indicators are on flashing red an increased number of people are queuing yesterday at Brussels airport and Schiphol to take off to sunnier places. I’m flabbergasted… On display is the Dutch parliament during better times – The Hague, The Netherlands
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