Coronavirus (COVID19) update | Brussels Special venues

Update 19 NOVEMBER 2021:

The Covid Safe Ticket is applicable for events taking place on the Brussels territory. The following rules apply to conferences, congresses, exhibitions, fairs, and any other type of event.

  • For events of minimum 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors:
    • Events participants have to wear a face mask.
    • Physical distance is recommended.
    • The Covid Safe Ticket (CST) is applicable and compulsory.
  • For events of less than 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors:
    • Events participants have to wear a face mask.
    • Event organisers have the option of introducing the Covid Safe Ticket (CST) but must inform participants in advance that the Covid Safe Ticket (CST) is applicable.  

Catering, receptions, parties, and banquets are allowed under certain conditions. They are applying the same sanitary rules as the Horeca sector.  

Do not hesitate to contact the Brussels Special Venue of your choice to get help, and to check back here for regular updates!

Please check the latest official federal information website for more information regarding measures taken in Belgium: 

For the latest official regional information, please visit the website below for more information regarding measures taken in the Brussels Capital Region: 

In need of more details? Do you still have questions? You can also contact the Brussels Special Venue of your choice or contact the Belgian Government general information number:

  • From Belgium: 0800 14 689
  • From outside Belgium: +32 78151771
  • Opening hours: from 9 a.m to 5 p.m (Monday – Sunday)

Information about the situation in Brussels, to improve your travel experience:

  • Click here to improve your travel experience in Brussels (by visit.brussels)
  • Click here to find out more about the situation, please consult the set of rules, recommendations and FAQ (by the Belgian Government) 

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