Coronavirus measures

The City of Brussels has taken several decisions in order to best respect the measures of the federal government in the fight against the coronavirus (Covid-19). More info: coronavirus measures by the City of Brussels.

 

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Car Free Sunday in Brussels on 20 September 2020

Car Free Sunday in Brussels on 20 September 2020

On Sunday 20 September 2020, Brussels organizes its traditional Car Free Sunday. From 9:30 am till 7 pm, car traffic is not allowed in the Brussels Region, including the City of Brussels. The ban applies to all motorized vehicles (including LPG vehicles and electric vehicles with 2, 3 or 4 wheels). 

Rue Sainte-Catherine becomes shopping pedestrian street

Rue Sainte-Catherine becomes shopping pedestrian street

The Rue Sainte-Catherine and a part of the Place Sainte-Catherine are now completely open to shoppers, pedestrians and cyclists. The space that will become available will gradually be filled with terraces, flower boxes and bicycle stands.

Project call for artist-in-residence at MAAC 2021

Project call for artist-in-residence at MAAC 2021

The City of Brussels offers 2 artist-in-residence spaces of 6 months for young visual contemporary artists at the MAAC.

Continuing education courses 2020-2021

Continuing education courses 2020-2021

The French-language education for social advancement of the City of Brussels presents the courses for 2020-2021.

Face mask in Brussels

Face mask in Brussels

Wearing a face mask is mandatory throughout the territory of the Brussels-Capital Region (till Wednesday 30 September 2020). From Thursday 1 October 2020, wearing a mask is mandatory when it is not possible to respect the safety distance.

Covid-19 testing centres in Brussels

Covid-19 testing centres in Brussels

An interactive map shows all screening centres (coronavirus - Covid-19) in Brussels and the conditions for being tested (with or without prescription, with or without appointment and opening hours).

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