France, Ireland, Portugal: Europe is gradually reconfiguring itself, what about Belgium?

France, Ireland, Portugal: Europe is gradually reconfiguring itself, what about Belgium?
France, Ireland, Portugal: Europe is gradually reconfiguring itself, what about Belgium?

France is therefore the first major European country to return to the situation in March. Ireland was the first to draw last week, with the announcement of strict confinement, with the exception of schools. A decision followed in the wake by Wales.

In the English neighbor, on the other hand, we are not yet talking of re-containment, but rather of reinforced measures such as the closure of pubs, bars and restaurants at 10 p.m., the wearing of compulsory masks in various public spaces or even more teleworking.

On the continent, Germany announced a series of measures similar to those in force for the moment in Belgium with the closure of bars and restaurants, but also of cultural institutions.

The Netherlands followed the same path a few weeks ago.

In southern Europe, Portugal is the first country to reconfine part of its population. Three municipalities in northern Portugal have been re-defined since October 23 and travel across the country will be limited to All Saints’ Day.

For its part, Spain is limited for the moment to curfew, while having established a state of health emergency for a period of six months.

In Italy, a country hard hit by the first wave, cinemas, theaters, gyms and swimming pools have been closed since Monday and until November 24. Bars and restaurants must stop serving after 6 p.m. Schools and kindergartens will remain open, however, while 75% of classes in high schools and universities will be held online.

Finally, a night curfew will be in effect in Luxembourg from Friday. Citizens will have to stay at home between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m.

Reconfinement is therefore on the table of the various European governments, and the next few weeks should see new populations shut up in their homes. It is difficult to know if the measures will bear fruit, since they are recent and will have to be analyzed in the coming weeks.

In Ireland, however, a decline in new cases seems to be starting according to the latest figures released by the government.

During this time, Sweden continues on its atypical but yet effective model. An increase in cases is still observed in the country. Remember that the demographic reality and the health system is quite different in Sweden, as is the respect of barrier gestures by the entire population.

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