In Covid-19, Algemeen

Further to the precautionary measures taken by the federal government of Belgium to combat the coronavirus epidemic, hub.brussels is doing everything it can to help slow the spread of the virus, while ensuring the continued delivery of its services. Our services can still be accessed, but in different ways as from today, Friday 13 March, and until further notice.

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Naar aanleiding van de voorzorgsmaatregelen van de federale regering rond het coronavirus, stellen we ook bij hub.brussels alles in het werk om de verspreiding van het virus af te remmen. Tegelijkertijd trachten we de continuïteit van onze diensten zoveel mogelijk te waarborgen. We blijven bereikbaar, maar onze dienstverlening wordt vanaf vandaag (13 maart) voorlopig aangepast. Een overzicht.

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Suite aux mesures de précaution prises par le Gouvernement fédéral pour enrayer l’épidémie de Coronavirus, hub.brussels met tout en œuvre pour ralentir la propagation du virus, tout en assurant la continuité du service public. Nos services restent accessibles mais se trouvent adaptés dès aujourd’hui, vendredi 13 mars et jusqu’à nouvel ordre.

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