TARCIENNE, Belgium A Belgian restaurant has found a way to keep orders rolling in during lockdown - by serving its seafood to customers in camper vans. | Video
BRUSSELS Belgium's post office has teamed up with the country's largest sports store chain as a shift to online purchases accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic has left it overloaded with packages.
BRUSSELS, Dec 2 Belgium's post office has teamed
up with the country's largest sports store chain as a shift to
online purchases accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic has left
it overloaded with packages.
GEMBLOUX, Belgium The exotic animals are confined to small paddocks, the acrobats have been grounded, and the clowns aren't able to make an audience laugh anymore. | Video
Chapelle-lez-Herlaimont, Belgium In a small town south of Brussels, funeral director Stephane Geeurickx says almost all the dead he has buried in the last weeks died of COVID-19, which was not the case when the pandemic first took hold. | Video
LIEGE, Belgium Belgium's surging second wave of COVID-19 cases has forced it to move some severely ill patients, many on ventilators, to neighbouring Germany, and air ambulances began flying Belgian patients further into the country on Tuesday. | Video
BRUSSELS/PERONNES-LEZ-BINCHE, Belgium Belgian ambulance crews say they are at risk of being overwhelmed by COVID-19 patients, running out of capacity to handle other calls.
BRUSSELS The Belgian government will convene on Friday to decide on a potential new national lockdown with the country now suffering the highest rate of coronavirus infections per 100,000 citizens, according to official data.
BRUSSELS/LIEGE Belgium will need to postpone all non-essential hospital procedures to deal with a surge in COVID-19 infections, Health Minister Frank Vandenbroucke told lawmakers on Tuesday, days after warning of a COVID "tsunami" hitting the country.