28 October 2020: Belgium now has the highest number of coronavirus cases per head of population anywhere in Europe.
28 October 2020: Update on The Corona Pandemic – Over the last two weeks, there were 1,390 coronavirus cases reported per 100,000 head of population. This puts Belgium in the top spot in Europe in a ranking compiled by the ECDC (European Center of Disease Control). Until now the Czech Republic headed the European ranking. They are now second with 1,379 cases per 100,000. Luxembourg is a distant third with 760 cases followed by Slovenia (732) and the Netherlands (694). As a consequence, the Flemish Government finally decided to further tighten the federal measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus in our region. The following measures will enter into force on Friday from 6:00 PM:
We’re bracing for the worst winter ever and are hoping that this is not too little too late. The only silver lining in all of these measures is that I’m still allowed to stroll the streets of Ghent in search for beauty in the ugly and mondain. Stay safe, stay healthy! - Ghent, Belgium
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