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Brussels will make the use of the mask compulsory from this Wednesday due to the increase in cases

August 12, 2020

The city of Brussels has made the use of a mask mandatory in its 19 districts in order to increase hygiene measures due to the coronavirus due to the increase in cases exceeding 50 per week per 100,000 inhabitants.

As reported in a press release by the Prime Minister of the Brussels-Capital Region, Rudi Vervoort, the mask is mandatory for all persons over 12 years old who are in a public place or in the region, a private but freely accessible throughout the region.

People who do sport or physical work on public roads and people with disabilities who cannot wear a mask or other type of face protection are exempt from use.

Brussels will make the use of the mask compulsory from this Wednesday due to the increase in casesBrussels will make the use of the mask compulsory from this Wednesday due to the increase in cases

In this way, the Belgian capital is increasing security measures after the use of the mask was previously restricted to certain parts of the city or to users of public transport.

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