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Short Update: Belgium adopts strictest coronavirus measures in Europe

FairTrialsAdmin - July 28, 2020 - COVID-19 Updates, Rule of Law, Surveillance

Belgium imposed stricter rules to prevent a potential “second wave.” The National Security Council on Monday ordered a drastic scaleback of relaxations on social contacts, shrinking each resident’s social bubbles by more than half for at least four weeks. 
 
Belgium also requires that restaurants, bars and cafés gather the names and contact information of every table they serve. The information collected is meant to facilitate contact tracing procedures and allow establishments to contact customers in the case that a potential cluster is detected. 

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