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Antwerp province governor Cathy Berx speaks during a press conference of the Antwerp Province regarding new measures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), in Antwerp on July 29, 2020. - The Antwerp Province installed a curfew between 23h30 and 6h in the morning, as the COVID-19 contamination numbers have been rising fast in the province. The National Security Council has announced more strict coronavirus measures as from tomorrow, in an attempt to try and keep the contamination level as low as possible. (Photo by DIRK WAEM / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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Antwerp province governor Cathy Berx, wearing a portective face mask, speaks during a press conference of the Antwerp Province regarding new measures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), in Antwerp on July 29, 2020. - The Antwerp Province installed a curfew between 23h30 and 6h in the morning, as the COVID-19 contamination numbers have been rising fast in the province. The National Security Council has announced more strict coronavirus measures as from tomorrow, in an attempt to try and keep the contamination level as low as possible. (Photo by DIRK WAEM / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Shoppers wearing mouth mask are seen on July 29, 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The people of Antwerp are going under curfew between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am as the city tries to get its Covid-19 numbers back under control. Over 70 per cent of cases in Belgium are now focused in the northern city. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A woman, wearing a mask to protect against the spread of coronavirus, waits for a train at Opera metro station in Antwerp, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Belgium???s Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes has unveiled a set of drastic social distancing measures aimed at avoiding a new general lockdown amid a surge of COVID-19 infections. After a sharp decline of infections, Belgium has witnessed a surge in the number of confirmed cases over the past three weeks, especially in Antwerp province. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
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A man, wearing a mask to protect against the spread of coronavirus, walks along a commercial street in Antwerp, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Belgium???s Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes has unveiled a set of drastic social distancing measures aimed at avoiding a new general lockdown amid a surge of COVID-19 infections. After a sharp decline of infections, Belgium has witnessed a surge in the number of confirmed cases over the past three weeks, especially in Antwerp province. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
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People, wearing masks to protect against the spread of coronavirus, takes escalators at Opera metro station in Antwerp, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Belgium???s Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes has unveiled a set of drastic social distancing measures aimed at avoiding a new general lockdown amid a surge of COVID-19 infections. After a sharp decline of infections, Belgium has witnessed a surge in the number of confirmed cases over the past three weeks, especially in Antwerp province. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
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People, wearing masks to protect against the spread of coronavirus, take escalators at Opera metro station in Antwerp, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Belgium???s Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes has unveiled a set of drastic social distancing measures aimed at avoiding a new general lockdown amid a surge of COVID-19 infections. After a sharp decline of infections, Belgium has witnessed a surge in the number of confirmed cases over the past three weeks, especially in Antwerp province. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
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TOPSHOT - A nurse prepares to take a nasal swab test on a woman for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A nurse prepares to take a nasal swab test on a woman for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A nurse prepares to take a nasal swab test on a woman for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A nurse prepares to take a nasal swab test on a woman for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A nurse prepares to take a nasal swab test on a woman for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A nurse prepares to take a nasal swab test on a woman for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A nurse prepares to take a nasal swab test on a woman for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A nurse prepares to take a nasal swab test on a woman for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A nurse prepares to take a nasal swab test for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A nurse disinfects a stretcher after a swab test for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A nurse disinfects a stretcher after a swab test for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A nurse disinfects a stretcher after a swab test for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Nurses prepare to take a nasal swab test on a man for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A nurse prepares to take a nasal swab test on a woman for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Nurses put on protective gear and gloves before taking a nasal swab test for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Nurses put on protective gear and gloves before taking a nasal swab test for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Nurses put on protective gear and gloves before taking a nasal swab test for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A nurse puts on protective gear and gloves before taking a nasal swab test on a patient for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020, at a chapel of the Sint-Rochus Church, which has been converted into a testing centre. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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People wear protective face masks as they walk in the city center of Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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People wear protective face masks as they walk in the city center of Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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People cover their faces fully or partially with a protective face mask as they walk in the city center of Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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People cover their faces fully or partially with a protective face mask as they walk in the city center of Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Women cover their faces fully or partially with a protective face mask as they walk in the city center of Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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People cover their faces fully or partially with a protective face mask as they walk in the city center of Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A woman wearing a protective face mask pushes a pram in the city center of Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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People wear a protective face mask as they walk in the city center of Antwerp, Belgium, on July 27, 2020. - Belgium announced new rules on July 27 as it tries to stem a worrying flare-up in coronavirus cases centred on the port city of Antwerp. From July 29, Belgians will be allowed to see a maximum of five people outside of their families, reducing the permitted "social bubble" from 15. Working from home will be "strongly recommended." (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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