Here are the latest rules for small and large events in Brussels

August 2021 Experiment event in Brussels. Credit – Belga

On Wednesday, Brussels announced the rules for small and large events as the capital region does not respect similar entertainment in the rest of Belgium.

Brussels officials have decided not to engage in similar entertainment, such as Flanders and Wallonia, as the influx of expatriates and the increase in social interactions will hurt Brussels.

On Wednesday, a police decree was published in the Belgian official journal, extending all previous actions in Belgium to Brussels.

“These laws will continue to apply in the Brussels-Capital Territory until further notice,” said Rudy Vervort, a cabinet minister in Brussels.

Up to 200 participants indoors and up to 400 outdoors

– Covi Safe Ticket Cannot Be Implemented (Federal Government Decision)
– Wear mandatory face mask and maintain social distance
– End of event 1:00 p.m.
– Approved by local authorities by implementing the CVM or CVM.

Over 200 participants inside (within 3000 boundaries) and 400 participants outside (within 5000 boundaries)

Secure ticket without covide

– Wear mandatory face mask and maintain social distance
– End of event 1:00 p.m.
– Permission of local authorities to implement CERM / CIRM

With a secure ticket from Covidy

– It is not obligatory to wear a face mask or apply social distance
– End of event 1:00 p.m.
– Permission of local authorities, but without CERM / CIRM application

Events with over 3,000 participants

– It is only possible with a Covi Safe ticket
– End of event 1:00 p.m.
– Permission of local authorities

These measures go beyond the existing rules for hospitality in Brussels. More information about these rules, in effect until the end of September, is available here.

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