These measures will come into force on Wednesday, June 9, said the Minister of the Interior in a press release, explaining that the project has been refined on the basis of the opinion of the Council of State.
LThe Belgian Monitor published the ministerial decree on Friday containing the sanitary measures for the first phase of the “summer plan” of deconfinement and relaxation of sanitary measures decided on May 11 by the authorities, announced the Minister of the Interior, Annelies Verlinden.
These measures will come into force on Wednesday, June 9, she said in a statement, explaining that the project has been refined on the basis of the opinion of the Council of State.
The decisions taken this Friday during the Consultation Committee are also included in the ministerial decree which has just been published.
These measures, which relate to gatherings, the Horeca sector, receptions and banquets, the presence of a public at events, cultural or other representations, sports competitions, sports training and conferences, cults and ceremonies, sports activities, markets and fairground attractions as well as events in particular, will apply until June 30.
The royal decree specifies in particular that the general ban on the sale of alcoholic drinks between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. has been lifted.
The text also stipulates that it is now authorized to go shopping for two (not counting children up to the age of 12 and those accompanying people in need of assistance). “Groups of more than two people are allowed as long as these people are part of the same household”, underlined Ms Verlinden (CD & amp; V).
Night shops are now allowed to stay open until 11:30 p.m. Finally, there is no longer a time limit for visiting stores and service providers.
Companies, associations and services can plan moments of return for the people who are employed there.
These return times may amount to a maximum of one working day per week per person. Per day, a maximum of 20% of people for whom teleworking from home is compulsory, can be present simultaneously in the establishment unit, with the exception of SMEs with less than ten people employed, a maximum of five people being able to be present in the establishment unit.