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Coronavirus: Bart De Wever calls for long-term measures

For the president of the N-VA, 2022 will look like 2021, “which already looked a lot like 2020” “. It is for this reason that he wishes to introduce long-term measures, and does not imagine easing the current measures.

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Lhe president of the N-VA, Bart De Wever, is arguing for measures that can be taken in the long term against the spread of the coronavirus. He said it on VTM News on Sunday. He fears that the fight against covid-19 will last over the very long term. Therefore, relaxing the measures in force now is not an option for him.

On Wednesday, the various governments will meet again to discuss health measures. Health Minister Frank Vandenbroucke (Vooruit) has already indicated at the start of the week that there will be no easing. Despite the drop in numbers, the pressure on healthcare remains high.

The president of the N-VA, pointed out that it is also a question of “guessing” what the next weeks have in store for us. The delta variant is declining, but the spread of the omicron variant, on the contrary, is accelerating.

However, he does not think that restrictions should be imposed within households, such as a bubble of several people for example. He called on everyone to get vaccinated as soon as possible.


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