Belgium lifts limits on outdoor dining after seven-month Covid-19 hiatus

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    Belgium reopened its bars and restaurants on Saturday, allowing customers to eat and drink on outdoor terraces. The move comes as a huge relief to both owners of eateries, and their customers, after a seven-month closure. FRANCE 24 has this report from Brussels.

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