Live: Melees during a protest against health restrictions in Brussels

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Despite the slight relaxation on Friday, a new demonstration has been organized in Brussels this Sunday against the health measures. With up to 100,000 people expected, organizers say it is “the biggest demonstration of all time in Brussels”.

Thousands of people from across Europe will gather at the Brussels-North station from 11am onwards, marching towards the Parc du Cinquantenaire, where a demonstration is being organized against the control measures introduced to prevent the spread of the Omicron variant.

The situation near European companies in Brussels is very tense. The headquarters of the European External Action Service (EEAS) were targeted. Police use tear gas canisters.

Organizers explain that 100,000 protesters believe that “2022 will be the year of restoration of our freedom, our democracy and our human rights! Together we will write history and hold the largest demonstration of all time in Brussels.”

Relaxation of activities

Belgian officials announced a slight easing of health restrictions on Friday. The Belgian government has extended the closure of liquor stores until midnight instead of 11pm and authorized the reopening of closed spaces such as bowling alleys.

“Omigron lives up to its reputation. It’s not a wave, it’s a real tsunami. But there is good news, Omigron is making people sick. D Groove.

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