Travel to Belgium
If you are travelling to Belgium, you are required to complete a Public Health Passenger Locator form and undergo quarantine on arrival.
COVID-19 testing requirements
Effective from the 25 December 2020, any passenger, from the age of 12, who arrives on Belgian territory from a red zone country and who does not have a main residence in Belgium, needs to have a negative COVID-19 PCR test result for a test taken 72 hours before departure to Belgian territory.
The COVID-19 PCR certificate criteria:
- The document must be in paper or electronic format with immediate possibility to consult.
- The document must be produced in Dutch, French, German or English.
The document produced by the traveller must contain the following information:
- The date of the sample must be clearly indicated: the document is valid for 48 hours from this date.
- Only PCR tests for SARS CoV-2 with the PCR mention are accepted.
- The analysis must have been carried out in an official laboratory in the country from which the traveller comes and certified by a doctor or pharmacist biologist (equivalent INAMI number).
The following tests are not accepted:
- Rapid antigenic tests;
- Serological tests.
All passengers taking an Extra-Schengen flight to Belgium must complete the Public Health Passenger Locator Form before departure and present the completed form at check-in.
The PLF must be filled in within 48 hours before the flight.
A passenger who cannot prove that he/she has filled in the PLF (electronic or paper version) will not be allowed to board a flight to Belgium.
Information regarding quarantine measures can be found on https://diplomatie.belgium.be/en.
For further information on travel restrictions, red zone countries, and non-essential travel, please visit the Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development website. More details on COVID-19 health guidelines is available here.
More details on COVID-19 health guidelines is are available here.
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Travel from Belgium
The Belgian authorities strongly discourage travel to certain countries. For more information please refer to the Belgian Government website.
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