In view of the evolution of the circulation of SARS-CoV-2 in Europe and in light of the decisions taken by the Belgian authorities, please find the latest information regarding the measures taken with regard to the protection of CEN and CENELEC Members, experts and staff while ensuring business continuity.
Important update regarding the CEN and CENELEC Meeting Centre
Considering the current global and local situation linked to the circulation of SARS-CoV-2, the rapidly evolving travel constraints and the importance of ensuring social distancing; new measures have been implemented in the CEN and CENELEC Meeting Centre to offer a partial re-opening starting Monday 13 September 2021.
Detailed options and requirements are provided in the CEN-CENELEC Meeting Centre website's pages.
For those traveling to Brussels
If you plan to travel to Brussels, please check the website of the Belgian authorities with respect to the latest local travel constraints.
You must equally observe the restrictions in place in your country of origin.
CEN and CENELEC Staff Returning to the office
Since 5 July, a return to the office for staff and sub-contractors is in place on a rotational basis, one or two days per week maximum, to ensure reduced office occupancy while respecting all safety measures.
Further information on possible modifications, extension or the lifting of these measures will be communicated in due time.