PHOTOS Belgium moves to stricter lockdown rules

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Belgium moves to stricter lockdown rules

Xinhua

08:22, November 03, 2020

A sign of closure is seen on the door of a bar in Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 2, 2020. Starting from Nov. 2, Belgium moved to stricter lockdown, with rules valid throughout the country to fight against COVID-19. According to the rules, all non-essential businesses have to close. Food stores and supermarkets remain open. (Photos: Xinhua)

A man walks past a closed shop in Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 2, 2020. Starting from Nov. 2, Belgium moved to stricter lockdown, with rules valid throughout the country to fight against COVID-19. According to the rules, all non-essential businesses have to close. Food stores and supermarkets remain open.

Police patrol in the Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert in Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 2, 2020. Starting from Nov. 2, Belgium moved to stricter lockdown, with rules valid throughout the country to fight against COVID-19. According to the rules, all non-essential businesses have to close. Food stores and supermarkets remain open.

A man walks past a restaurant that provides only take-away service in Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 2, 2020. Starting from Nov. 2, Belgium moved to stricter lockdown, with rules valid throughout the country to fight against COVID-19. According to the rules, all non-essential businesses have to close. Food stores and supermarkets remain open.

Closed shops are seen on a shopping street in Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 2, 2020. Starting from Nov. 2, Belgium moved to stricter lockdown, with rules valid throughout the country to fight against COVID-19. According to the rules, all non-essential businesses have to close. Food stores and supermarkets remain open.

Two empty streets are seen in Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 2, 2020. Starting from Nov. 2, Belgium moved to stricter lockdown, with rules valid throughout the country to fight against COVID-19. According to the rules, all non-essential businesses have to close. Food stores and supermarkets remain open.

Closed shops, bars and restaurants are seen on a street in Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 2, 2020. Starting from Nov. 2, Belgium moved to stricter lockdown, with rules valid throughout the country to fight against COVID-19. According to the rules, all non-essential businesses have to close. Food stores and supermarkets remain open.

A woman walks by a closed shop in Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 2, 2020. Starting from Nov. 2, Belgium moved to stricter lockdown, with rules valid throughout the country to fight against COVID-19. According to the rules, all non-essential businesses have to close. Food stores and supermarkets remain open.

A sign of closure is seen on the door of a shop in Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 2, 2020. Starting from Nov. 2, Belgium moved to stricter lockdown, with rules valid throughout the country to fight against COVID-19. According to the rules, all non-essential businesses have to close. Food stores and supermarkets remain open.

A woman wearing a face mask walks past the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 2, 2020. Starting from Nov. 2, Belgium moved to stricter lockdown, with rules valid throughout the country to fight against COVID-19. According to the rules, all non-essential businesses have to close. Food stores and supermarkets remain open.

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