Things are going south in a hurry in Belgium. At first the surge in the number of infections could still be explained by local outbreaks, it now seems that the figures are going up across the country. Since last week, the average infection rate has increased considerably. The reproduction number has also risen above 1 since last week. This indicates that the epidemic is flaring up again. As a result, Belgium’s Security Council will tighten the coronavirus measures again i.e. face masks in all busy places, registering at restaurants and pubs, etc. Although we will be returning from Germany, a country labelled as green, we also will need to complete a form before we arrive back in Belgium. Anyhow, we still have a couple of days to enjoy the deeply carved valleys, the thick woodlands, the timber farm houses and wispy waterfalls. At display is the Fahler Wasserfall, a little beautiful waterfall near Feldberg, the highest mountain in the Black Forest - Feldberg, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
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Now: Non-Executive Director in the Healthcare Industry based in Ghent. A travel buff with a passion for photography, photography books, Leica, wine and Asian food. Last but not least: proud grandfather of William, Nicholas and Mateo.
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