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The federal government closes all bars and restaurants for four weeks, imposes a nationwide curfew between midnight and 5:00 am local time, bans alcohol sales after 8:00 pm local time, sets telework as a rule, and reduces people's "social bubble", their number of close social contacts outside a household, to one in an attempt to curb the COVID-19 pandemic. The new measures is set to take effect on October 19.

Sources:  AP  Le Soir


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  1. The federal government closes all bars and restaurants during a month, imposes a nationwide curfew from midnight until 5 AM and bans alcohol sales after 10 PM in an attempt to curb the COVID-19 pandemic.
  2. The federal government closes all bars and restaurants for four weeks, imposes a nationwide curfew between midnight and 5:00 am local time, bans alcohol sales after 8:00 pm local time, sets telework as a rule, and reduces people's "social bubble", their number of close social contacts outside a household, to one in an attempt to curb the COVID-19 pandemic. The new measures is set to take effect on October 19.

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