The world has slowed down, the city is quiet like a never-ending Sunday.
But there’s no visiting the family or hanging out on a terrace with friends.
Brussels and its inhabitants have pressed pause.
They’re confined, continuing to work, protecting themselves, waiting…
Some of them have time. Time at home, time for themselves, time to imagine the day we can finally hold each other again, the day Brussels wakes up from its hibernation.
One thing’s for sure, it’s not today, but soon.