The city state of Berlin in Germany forbids all major events with 5,000 participants until 24 October due to the coronavirus COVID-19 virus.
Month: April 2020
LGBTQ SURVEY | Travel plans following the coronavirus outbreak
Zsolt Erdei, CEO of Humen Travel in Budapest, Hungary is interested in knowing the travel plans of LGBTQ people after the strict coronavirus countermeasures are being softened.
My first big rail trip part 2: the Bergen Railway
Back in a pre-corona 2012 I got inspired by my friend Erik to make an epic rail trip through a part of Europe. I persuaded my best friend to tag along and together we decided to head north, to Scandinavia, to a part of Europe we both hadn’t visited yet and where fascinated about.
No more Public Days at InnoTrans trains trade fair in Berlin
As Danny is looking into an itinerary for us to do in September – we’re being positive – we discovered InnoTrans in Berlin has scrapped its Public Days. And not just now due to coronavirus COVID-19.
Reopening fashion museum ModeMuseum (MoMu) delayed to 2021
The reopening of Antwerp‘s fashion museum ModeMuseum (MoMu) has been delayed to 2021 due to coronavirus COVID-19.
VIDEO | Flanders Stay At Home Museum – Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Because exhibitions are inaccessible due to coronavirus COVID-19, museums offer virtual tours. Visit Flanders started The Stay At Home Museum.
Train excursion to Parramatta and Sydney Olympic Park
Early 2020 AD. Danny and I embark on a 21st century Odyssey. On the Majestic Princess from Sydney to New Caledonia, Vanuatu and Fiji. Back to Sydney, then to Melbourne and flying back home.
Antwerp Queer Arts Festivals 2020 still plans to go ahead
The Antwerp Queer Arts Festival is still planning its 2020 edition. Belgium prohibits mass events until the 31st of August but you can hardly call the niche, arty farty happenings of AQAF “mass events”.
CORONAVIRUS | Belgian Health Science Institute Sciensano wants you to fill in this survey, part II
“44,000 thanks to everyone who participated in the first COVID-19 health interview survey! Today we launched our second study, which focuses on our lifestyle and well-being during the current crisis. Once again we rely on a massive participation of the citizens”, writes Sciensano.
Antwerp Pride 2020 goes ahead, but cancels mass gatherings such as the parade
In the light of the newly announced government measures against coronavirus COVID-19, Antwerp Pride cancels all major events that it organizes. This specifically concerns the Antwerp Pride Parade, the Love United Festival on Saturday 8 August and the Closing Festival on Sunday 9 August.