​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. Please note: at the Administrative Centre & liaison offices, all citizens are asked to come alone, maximum 15 minutes before the appointment time, wear a face mask (obligatory) and disinfect their hands.


Webinar. Air purification techniques to prevent Covid

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On Friday 21 May 2021, from 10 am till noon, an online webinar.

The City of Brussels pays a lot of attention to the reopening of the cultural, sporting and economic sectors and at the same time guaranteeing optimal conditions for the health of its users. It is therefore necessary to promote sustainable strategies and investments that avoid 'stop & go' decisions, which are difficult for both the operators of these institutions and their users.

Air filtration and purification

It is indisputable that Covid-19 is mainly airborne via aerosols. A working group, including infectiologist Nathan Clumeck, audited approximately fifteen infrastructures. It showed that some of these buildings may have insufficient ventilation and that additional equipment for air filtration and air purification is needed to provide adequate safety.

Join the webinar!

This webinar presents, through a panel of experts, the most efficient purification technologies and evaluates their costs. It is open to anyone interested in this matter: infrastructure managers, business managers, event organizers, company doctors,...

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