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Hockey Ireland Coronavirus (COVID-19) UPDATE No. 4
9 April 2020
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As a result of the further expansion of the Coronavirus in Belgium, the Flemish and French-speaking bodies competent for sports have decided to suspend all sports events in Belgium until March 31.
- Flemish Minister of Sport Ben Weyts: https://www.benweyts.be/nieuws/sportwereld-emt-maatelijkever responsible- en-ziet-af-van-ublieksevenementen-a l
- Minister of Sport of the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles Valérie Glatigny:
The Royal Belgian Hockey Association, the Flemish Hockey League and the Ligue Francophone de Hockey take note of this official decision and will comply with it. I.e. that ALL hockey activities (matches, training, initiations, …) in Belgium will be suspended from 12/03 until at least March 31, 2020.
The Hockey Association advises all clubs not to organize replacement activities in their infrastructure during this period. beside
we would urge everyone to submit the official recommendations regarding. observe hygiene and social contacts. This one
recommendations can be found here: https://www.info-coronavirus.be/nl/2020/03/10/help-jezelf-en-anderen-te-eschermen/
We will continue to monitor developments closely and will communicate again as soon as there is an official change
is announced by the competent authorities.
Finally, the KBHB, the VHL and the LFH would like to wish everyone affected by the virus a speedy recovery.