Twenty-five days ago, we headlined this in our editions: “Crazy: we do not check if you have been tested”. It was an article that had followed the rant of Sophie Wilmès. La Première found it abnormal that many Belgians, returning from red zones, did not respect the new rules in force since August 1: respect for the fortnight and the obligation of the test. She was clear on this subject by recalling that all people arriving on Belgian territory after a stay abroad of more than 48 hours had the obligation to complete the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) which allows to know where the traveler is. ‘visited.
The problem, we pointed out, was that there was… zero control. On the side of the consortium of mutual societies which should in principle provide it for Wallonia, we were told that the tools were still not there.
► Since then, 25 days have passed and his spokesperson has informed us that the control will be effective from Wednesday.
► He specifies how it will go, concretely.