An outbreak of a new coronavirus (Covid-19) is currently ongoing in China. The Belgian health authorities remain vigilant for cases in Belgium. The Federal Public Health Service has collected all information about the virus on the website www.info-coronavirus.be.
On Wednesday 19 February 2020, the City of Brussels signed an agreement with the Solar Impulse Foundation. This foundation is committed to identifying and assessing 1,000 clean technologies that have a positive ecological and socio-economic impact.
Citizens of the European Union who want to order an E card can now do so in all liaison offices of the City of Brussels.
There are places left for the Fair of Laeken, which takes place from 10 April to 3 May 2020 at the Place Emile Bockstael.
Do you want to open your own restaurant? Come test your culinary concept for less costs and with less risk at Kokotte, the restaurent incubator of hub.brussels. Candidates can register until 24 March 2020.
The renovation of the Bourse (Brussels Stock Exchange) started with some small works (dismantling of floors and ceilings). The actual works will be starting in the summer of 2020. At the beginning of 2023, the renewed Bourse will open its doors to the public.
From 1 March 2020, the Rue du Marché au Charbon (between the Place Fontainas and the Rue du Jardin des Olives) and the Rue du Jardin des Olives (between the Rue du Marché au Charbon and the Rue de la Gouttière) will become a pedestrian zone. Car traffic is then no longer allowed.
Mid-March 2020, a first District Council will be created in the City of Brussels. The Neder-Over-Heembeek - Mutsaard District Council will count 11 citizens and 6 representatives from the local volunteer sector.