Sint-Truiden, belgium, Who over the last 20 years at the airport, the plane took of, and has, perhaps, ever had his or her belt to hand it to Jo, Vanrutten in Sint-Truiden, belgium. The veiligheidscontroleur who were on their way to the gates of brussels to the alleged presence of terrorists in front, is the entrance to the Lidl store on the Island in the Swells. Or, how to have a job and all of a sudden are completely different.

You’ve probably already seen some of the supermarkets to stand up in this coronatijden security guards at the entrance, to get things in the right direction, and to ensure that the population of the necessary measures to comply with. “We care about social distancing, and the number of admitted customers per square meter, as well as the risk of infection is to limit,” says the Truiense security officer at G4S, Jo Vanrutten.

After 22 years of service, this was a step into the unknown. However, I have an offer to winkelbewaking to do so with open arms and accepted them. I have a salary and I will no longer be temporarily unemployed.

Jo Vanrutten, security officer at G4S

A new direction in his career, because Jo had been working on since 1998, when veiligheidscontroleur at the national airport in Zaventem. “When my manager asked me to winkelopdrachten to run it, I don’t know what I was expecting. Yes, that was it for me, after 22 years of service, it is a step into the unknown. However, I have an offer to winkelbewaking to do so with open arms and accepted them. The corona virus is in the airport, as well as the lamb. That’s understandable, but it’s a tough one for myself as well as my 800 colleagues at the airport who were temporarily unemployed. Due to the transition to the Sleep you’ll get as a reward, and I will no longer be temporarily out of work. No uncertainty any more, but it works. And we have to bear our part in this time of crisis.”