Luke Nolan works at the ‘Funky Monkey’ bar in Brussels, Belgium

Luke Nolan (R) serves a glass of beer to a customer at the ‘Funky Monkey’ bar, in Brussels, Belgium, May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government’s decision to allow the sector to reopen hotelier the outdoor terraces of May 8 arrived not too early. Photo: Xinhua


Luke Nolan stands at the door of the Funky Monkey bar, in Brussels, Belgium, May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government's decision to allow the hospitality sector to reopen outdoor terraces at May 8 did not come a moment too soon.  Photo: Xinhua

Luke Nolan stands at the door of the ‘Funky Monkey’ bar, in Brussels, Belgium, May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government’s decision to allow the hospitality sector to reopen terraces from May 8 did not come a moment too soon. Photo: Xinhua

Luke Nolan serves a customer with a glass of beer at the Funky Monkey bar, in Brussels, Belgium, May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government's decision to allow the hospitality sector to reopen outdoor terraces from May 8 arrived not too early.  Photo: Xinhua

Luke Nolan serves a glass of beer to a customer at the ‘Funky Monkey’ bar, in Brussels, Belgium, on May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government’s decision to allow the hospitality sector to reopening the outdoor terraces from May 8 has arrived not too soon. Photo: Xinhua

Luke Nolan works at the Funky Monkey bar, in Brussels, Belgium, May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government's decision to allow the hotel sector to reopen outdoor terraces from May 8 is not not come too early.  Photo: Xinhua

Luke Nolan works in the ‘Funky Monkey’ bar, in Brussels, Belgium, on May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government’s decision to allow the hospitality sector to reopen outdoor terraces from of May 8 did not come a moment too soon. Photo: Xinhua

Luke Nolan works at the Funky Monkey bar, in Brussels, Belgium, May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government's decision to allow the hotel sector to reopen outdoor terraces from May 8 is not not come too early.  Photo: Xinhua

Luke Nolan works in the ‘Funky Monkey’ bar, in Brussels, Belgium, on May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government’s decision to allow the hospitality sector to reopen outdoor terraces from of May 8 did not come a moment too soon. Photo: Xinhua

Luke Nolan works at the Funky Monkey bar, in Brussels, Belgium, May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government's decision to allow the hotel sector to reopen outdoor terraces from May 8 is not not come too early.  Photo: Xinhua

Luke Nolan works in the ‘Funky Monkey’ bar, in Brussels, Belgium, on May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government’s decision to allow the hospitality sector to reopen outdoor terraces from of May 8 did not come a moment too soon. Photo: Xinhua

A pedestrian walks past the advertising board for the Funky Monkey bar, in Brussels, Belgium, May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government's decision to allow the hospitality sector to reopen outdoor terraces in May 8 did not come a moment too soon.  Photo: Xinhua

A pedestrian walks past the billboard for the “Funky Monkey” bar, in Brussels, Belgium, on May 28, 2021. For bar manager Luke Nolan, the Belgian government’s decision to allow the hospitality sector to reopen terraces from May 8 did not come a moment too soon. Photo: Xinhua

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