Covid-19 capacity restrictions eased for casinos in Belgium

The Belgian government loosens a number of new Covid-19 restrictions on land-based casinos

Up until a few hours ago, all land-based venues were limited to a maximum of 40 people on site with the authorities emphasizing for there to be only one customer per 10 square meters, and this will remain in istockphoto-1184815439-170667aplace for gambling places like halls and betting agencies.

The only additional significant factor is the fact that the Belgian government has also released a protocol saying that casinos can allow a maximum of 200 persons, with the ban on offering and consuming drinks and food for the time being still in place.

Moreover, the government retains its restrictions for some regions whilst changing some for other parts of the country, such as the Walloon region where they must close such establishments at 9:30pm and in Liege where they have to close at 8:00pm. On the other hand all gambling venues in the Flemish region have to close at 11:30pm.  


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