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Cookies used on info-coronavirus.be
|orejime||Records the fact that, as a user, you have agreed to accept cookies from this site.||1 year|
|_pk_id||This cookie is set by the web analytics service Matomo. This cookie keeps visitor ID value used by Matomo to recognize returning visitors.||28 days|
|_pk_ses||This cookie is set by the web analytics service Matomo. Session cookies are responsible for keeping the session active for 30 minutes after last tracked action, when they expire the visit is considered as ended. This cookie keeps the time of the first visit for this user, the previous visit for this user, the number of visits for this user||30 minutes|
|This data is only processed to assess the amount of visits to the various sections of the services and to improve the content of the services.|
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