Belgians have been told they can expect the police to knock on the door on Christmas if they do not follow the COVID-19 rules properly.
Home Secretary Annelies Verlinden has warned citizens that their Christmas parties will be cut short by authorities if they make too much noise.
“If necessary, if there is a lot of noise, for example, the police will knock on doors,” she said.
Verlinden refrained from saying that the police would be allowed to enter the houses, but the Belgians were warned that they were being watched.
As we have already pointed out, UK police have also said they would not hesitate to interrupt Christmas family reunions if they believe the corona restrictions are being violated.
“If we think there are large groups of people gathering where they shouldn’t be, then the police will have to step in,” said David Jamieson, West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner. “If, again, there is a flagrant violation of the rules, then the police should enforce them.”
The statement was made despite the fact that under UK law police cannot enter a house without a warrant.
The only exception is if they see someone behaving as if they are infected with COVID, in which case they can come in and have that person removed.
As we pointed out yesterday, the CDC is also warning Americans not to drink alcohol or sing during their Thanksgiving celebrations.
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