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Monday, 16 March 2020
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UPDATE: Stricter containment measures were decided by the federal government on 17 March and are in effect until at least 5 April. See www.info-coronavirus.be

The entire screen.brussels team keeps updated about the evolution of the situation and invites you to respect the instructions of the federal authorities.

Filming

The Regional Government does not, for the time being, prohibit filming both indoors and outdoors, as long as they respect hygiene and distancing measures. However, we would like to inform you that some municipalities and public bodies have already suspended authorisations for the next 3 weeks.
Regarding your current and future filming, we remind you that screen.brussels film commission is your privileged interlocutor and remains available to answer your questions: film@screen.brussels ou +32(0)471 95 05 15 ou +32(0)490 5242 98
More info: https://screen.brussels/en/film-commission/contact

Help for businesses and freelancers

1819, the Regional Information and Guidance Service for Entrepreneurs, centralizes and disseminates all information that could help you (temporary unemployment, replacement income, payments, etc.): https://1819.brussels/blog/coronavirus-et-entreprises-les-faq-en-un-coup-doeil
More info: https://screen.brussels/en/cluster/contact

In addition, hub.brussels monitors in real time the impact of Covid19 on the Brussels economy, particularly in the audiovisual sector.

Other useful link: https://www.mediarte.be/fr/dossiers/bien-etre/legislation/coronavirus-quelles-mesures-de-soutien-pour-les-employeurs

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