The Demography Department (Population and Civil Registry) of 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).
For health reasons related to the Covid-19 pandemic, the April edition of the Brusseleir is exceptionally not distributed in your letter box. However, the Brusseleir can be downloaded directly from this website and read directly from your computer or smartphone. From Tuesday 31 March 2020, printed copies are also available in certain bookstores.
The new number 1710 is intended for people from Brussels who do not have a general practitioner (GP) and who want medical advice about their state of health, in the context of the current pandemic of the coronavirus.
From 1 April 2020, the Dutch-language nurseries of the City of Brussels will join the 'local counter' of 'Kinderopvang in Brussel'. This allows parents who want to register their child in a Dutch-language childcare service to do so online.
The April, May and June issue of Flashke, the newsletter of the Community Centres, is available on www.brussels.be. The newsletter is only available in Dutch and French.
Due to the effects of the coronavirus, the Public Cleaning Service is currently working with fewer staff. As soon as the measures have been lifted, bulky waste collections will be organized in the various districts of the City. In the meantime, you are asked to keep your bulky waste at home.
From Thursday 26 March 2020, the 'Bruxelles-Propreté' Agency will reduce the collection of blue and yellow garbage bags. It is taking these new measures due to a lack of staff in the collection and cleaning services in connection with the coronavirus crisis. The opening hours of the Recypark (container parks) have also been adjusted.
The Archives of the City of Brussels want to document this special period with the measures regarding the coronavirus. Do you have any contributions that can be saved for later generations?