30 November 2020: The coronavirus measures will not be eased for the holidays…
30 November 2020: Update on The Corona Pandemic – The measures currently in place to curb the spread of the coronavirus will not be eased before the end-of-year holidays according to Belgium’s Public Health Minister Frank Vandenbroucke. To begin the debate on easing restrictions the government has established a couple of indicators. One of these indicators is that daily infections over two weeks must be lower than an average of 800 and that must be maintained for three weeks. Another condition is that the number of hospital admissions per day must be less than 75. Yesterday the average number of people testing positive for the virus stood at 2,484 per day and the number of patients admitted to Belgian hospitals was 211. These benchmarks are far from being met. Hence, there will be no Xmas relaxation on the social rules, and we’ll be celebrating Xmas and New Year in our own household with maximum one cuddle contact. It’s going to be a very different Xmas this year but William and Nicholas don’t take it to heart and started decorating our Xmas tree. It’s the first time ever that we put our Xmas tree prior to the arrival of St. Nicholas. Will this also be part of the “new normal”? – Ghent, Belgium.
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