Visit Antwerp is implementing the measures that have been imposed by the Belgian National Security Council to contain the further spread of coronavirus and protect at risk groups. We herewith provide you, as a visitor to our city, with an overview of these measures, which are applicable until 19 April 2020. We are taking a step back temporarily, in hopes of being able to share a healthy, even more radiant city with you after this date.
27 March 2020
What is coronavirus?
At the end of 2019, a novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2 ) was detected in China. The virus has since spread to Belgium. The Belgian health authorities are doing everything possible to protect everyone’s health. You can find all the information about this virus online at https://www.info-coronavirus.be/.
Can I still travel to Antwerp from abroad?
Belgium has closed its borders to all non-essential travel. You can no longer visit Antwerp travelling form abroad.
Can I visit Antwerp when I am in Belgium?
All non-essential travel in Belgium is forbidden, everyone needs to remain at home. The movement of people in Belgium is only allowed when absolutely necessary as in travel to work, for basic necessities (food, pharmacy, post, bank or gas) or for health reasons.
Visitor centres of Visit Antwerp
The visitor centres Grote Markt and Central Station are closed until April 19th. Questions? Do not hesitate to contact us by phone on +32 (0) 3 232 01 03 (from Monday till Friday from 09 a.m. - 5 p.m.) or by mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cafés, restaurants, hotels, shops and leisure and sports activities
Antwerp City Card
The sale of the Antwerp City Card is currently suspended. Did you already purchase an Antwerp City Card? Please be aware that the card is only activated when you first use it. If you wish to postpone your visit to another time of the year, you can keep your ticket for when you return. If you will not be returning to Antwerp any time soon, you can contact us at Antwerpcitycard@visitantwerpen.be about a potential reimbursement.
Public transport will continue to operate but must be organised in such a way that passengers can maintain a distance of 1.5 metres from each other. The authorities have, however, requested that you limit your use of public transport to essential travel and essential times, preferably outside the rush hour. Please also pay attention to basic hygiene.
Cruise ships may moor in the city and stock up on supplies. They may not disembark in the city, however, meaning passengers may not leave the ship.
What should I do?
Pay even more attention to hygiene: wash your hands with soap and water, cough and sneeze in the crook of your arm, don’t kiss others, do not shake people’s hands, maintain a safe distance and stay at home if you feel sick.
Do you have questions? Contact one of our employees by telephone on +32 (0)3 232 01 03 or via mail to email@example.com
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