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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Flashke from July-September

Flashke from July-September

The July, August and September issue of Flashke, the newsletter of the Community Centres, is available on www.brussels.be. The newsletter is only available in Dutch and French.

Works at the Rogier Tunnel

Works at the Rogier Tunnel

Works will take place at the Rogier Tunnel (small ring road) in July 2020.

What's new in the registration of organ donation?

What's new in the registration of organ donation?

Since 2 June 2020, you can register 4 decisions regarding the 'donation of human body material after death' (such as organ donation) at the municipality.

Reopening of the swimming pools of the City of Brussels

Reopening of the swimming pools of the City of Brussels

The Laeken swimming pool and the swimming pool of the Centre will reopen for swimmers on 1 July 2020. The swimming pool of Neder-Over-Heembeek will be reopened on 20 July. Special measures are in force in the fight against Covid-19. Booking is required, for example.

Works at the Place Emile Bockstael and surroundings

Works at the Place Emile Bockstael and surroundings

The reconstruction of the Place Emile Bockstael and its surroundings in Laeken started in June 2020. The works last approximately 8 months.

How does contact tracing work?

How does contact tracing work?

When someone is infected with Covid-19 (coronavirus), it is important to be able to identify the people with whom the infected person had long-term contact. These persons may also be infected. In that case, the contact tracing centre of the Brussels Capital Region will call these persons or visit them at home and give advice to prevent them from infecting others.

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