Belgian rider Gregory Wathelet is stuck at home just like the rest of us. He said he however is following the measures of the Belgian gouvernement as good as possible.
"We have a huge chance at the stables because a lot of the people working here are also staying here, so we are all living through the containment together without any real change. The only outings I allow myself are my appointments with the physiotherapist with whom I have been working for several hours a day since my fall, and going to buy bread for us, my parents and grandparents. I go out very little, I’ve become a homebody, but we can’t complain. I think that nobody was prepared for what we’re going through now, and I’m afraid that unfortunately the competitions won’t resume for some time. I hope that we’ll be lucky enough to be able to do national competitions between now and the Summer, but for the internationals, I have a lot of doubt".
Source: Stud for life