Flemish Prime Minister Jan Jambon (N-VA) does not support the use of the Covid Safe Ticket (CST) in weddings, shops and in the catering industry. “As far as I’m concerned, CST can be used at events where there is ticket control anyway, but not in other places. We shouldn’t evolve into a card company,” it seems.
As of today, outdoor events can be hosted from 1,500 to 75,000 people using the Covid Safe Ticket. Ticket must allow group events such as concerts, football matches, and festivals without excluding rules, bubbles, mouth masks, and other restrictions. From September 1, internal events can also usually be conducted according to these methods.
The various governments in our country will consider, during an upcoming advisory committee, the date of which is not yet known, on any measures that can ease Corona’s measures in the coming period. Various parties, such as CD&V and Vooruit, advocate the expansion of the CST and its use for smaller events, such as weddings and christenings. Liberals and Greens are great lovers of such expansion and are afraid of a “transient society”.
Flemish Prime Minister Jan Jambon (N-VA) thinks it’s a good idea to introduce CST at small events, with less than 1,500 people attending. It appears to be “provided it is an event where there is ticket control anyway, because we are not really allowed to develop into a card company”. So he does not see an expansion of the CST as in France, where the pass is mandatory to visit the catering and even in many shops.
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