Thalys will continue to operate one round trip between Brussels and Paris and one round trip between Brussels and Amsterdam for another week due to the corona crisis. But from next Tuesday, 20 percent of the normal offer will be operational. In concrete terms, there will be five round trips every day between Paris and Brussels. Two of them continue from Brussels to Amsterdam and back. 

On Friday, Saturday and Sunday there will also be one Izy train (low-cost train from Thalys) drive in both directions between Paris and Brussels. And from 15 June, there would be one more Thalys a day to and from the Paris-Brussels-Dortmund connection. The French high-speed trains TGV, which stopped running for a while, have been running between Brussels and France since 11 May. 

According to the VRT NWS newsroom, there are currently four to five round trips a day. At Eurostar there is no change yet, with still one return trip between London and Brussels per day. “We continuously monitor demand and will adjust the timetable if necessarySaid a spokesman.

Finally, the night trains of the Austrian railway company ÖBB (Nightjet) to and from Belgium have been canceled until Thursday 25 June (including arrival on Friday 26 June), as previously announced.

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