Educational institutions and subways in Brussels, Belgium will be closed on Monday as the nation continues to be on alert for a potential attack. As we reported on Friday, officials are calling the threat “serious and imminent.”
CNN: Brussels extends it's terror alert. Subways and Schools will stay closed. People are advised to avoid crowds and Shopping.
— Ray Lawson (@Lawsonbulk) November 22, 2015
Schools and universities closed on Monday in the Brussels Region.
— CrisisCenter Belgium (@CrisiscenterBE) November 22, 2015
Breaking News: Belgium's PM: schools & subways in Brussels will be closed because of a 'serious & imminent' threat. pic.twitter.com/5LjV8JVUwk
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 22, 2015
The terror alert is at the highest level in Belgium.
— Tim Verheyden (@timverheyden) November 22, 2015
Brussels is the capital of Belgium and the home of the European Union.
The Belgium defense minister asks that police movements not be published on social media.
Police are asking the public not to report their movements on social media, please support & rt #BrusselsLockdown
— Steven Vandeput (@svandeput) November 22, 2015