Belgium challenge Corona with eating chocolate

Illustration picture shows an employee of Elisabeth chocolate maker in a chocolate store in Brussels, Thursday 09 April 2020. Belgium goes into its fourth week of confinement in the ongoing corona virus crisis and people will celebrate Easter at home this year, no mass or chocolate eggs hunt are organised. BELGA PHOTO THIERRY ROGE

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Chocolate makers and chefs in Belgium have continued to produce sweets to celebrate Easter, despite restrictions imposed on fighting the emerging Corona virus.

The stores specialized in selling chocolate did not close their doors, but also allowed home delivery, and the shop owners raised the slogan “Stay home and enjoy eating chocolate.”

Chef Michael Louis-Anderson, a Belgian cake maker and chef for bakery and sweets, made a complete scene inspired by the story of the turtle and the hare to remind people of the need to stay indoors.

You shouldn’t be running outside because you have to protect yourself at that difficult time while the turtle is taking a shield from the house,

He said.

The French-born chocolate maker Jerome initially closed his store in Brussels when the authorities imposed restrictions on March 18, but he returned to open the doors of the store and also provided home delivery for his Easter product range.

Belgium has so far witnessed 2523 deaths and nearly 25,000 cases of corona.


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