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Meetings & external visitors at WCO as per latest COVID-19 measures
Rules applicable in Belgium
The Belgian authorities announced a new set of measures effective March 7th 2022. The most relevant changes are:
Rules applicable at WCO
Wearing of masks inside the WCO premises will be optional, unless in situations where social distancing cannot be guaranteed. We do ask all of you to apply extra care when mingling with oter staff and visitors. We also call on everyone to remain vigilant and to continue rigorously applying the standard precautionary measures, including social distancing and hygiene protocols.
In order to maintain social distancing, the maximum number of participants is as follows:
* Kyoto A: 134 participants
* Kyoto B: 101 participants
* Brussels CD: 25 participants
As Belgium has suspended the CST system, visitors will no longer be required to present a CST upon entering the building.
The Secretariat will continue to monitor the situation and provide you with updated information, as and when necessary.
Thank you all and Stay safe !
Innovation, environmental standards, competiveness, investment in digital infrastructures and data exchanging are some of the conference topics.
WCO headquarters in Brussels
Perfect place to look for answers, to be inspired and to build sustainable relationships. Attend our inspirational talks with professionals from different fields, and engage in conversations with like-minded souls, or simply enjoy a wholesome dose of useful knowledge sharing.
The Conference will be held in-person at the WCO Headquarters in Brussels. An online link will also be provided allowing the possibility for some participants who are unable to travel to observe the Conference remotely via an online platform (no active participation will be possible remotely).
The Conference is a multi-stakeholder event bringing together not only Customs administrations but also representatives of other international organizations, academia, the private sector, civil society and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), including environmental policy-makers and international experts.
Free of charge, open to all.
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