En De
Total doses
given
25.7M
People fully
vaccinated
9.2M
% Fully
vaccinated
78.67%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Schools/Univercity closure:

16.06.2022

Classes for all education levels will be suspended on 12 November. Classes will resume on Monday 16 November.

21.04.2022

In schools: obligation to wear a mask; improved air quality and ventilation; separation of class groups; tracing of high-risk contacts (tracing and screening). ; 06/12/2021: additional measures in schools: a) obligation to use CO2 measuring devices in every classroom and meeting room; b) quarantine of classes as soon as two children are infected; c) face masks from the age of 6; d) ban on all extracurricular activities; 10/01/2022: reopening of education and return to full-time face-to-face education in nursery; primary and secondary schools; and part-time in arts education. Additional measures to be observed: permanent ventilation; wearing a mask is compulsory from 6 years old; compliance with testing and quarantine measures. Classes will be closed from four infections (symptomatic children); meetings continue to be organized online; the mixing of classes in common interior spaces (study room; dining hall; etc.) should be avoided as much as possible; day trips are allowed in accordance with the rules in force in the company and extra muros activities with overnight stay are suspended; 26/01/2022: Locally; a class; a childcare centre and a nursery can be closed if specific circumstances require it. The quarantine rule in primary schools; childcare and nurseries for all high-risk contacts of children is lifted; as well as contact tracing.; 7/03/2022: barometer set to yellow; mask wearing no longer emendatory for teachers and students. Extra muros activities allowed; only CO2 detectors and good ventilation must be in order in all school spaces.; 17/03/22: no contact tracing or quarantine in order. However children older than 6 must isolate upon receiving a positive test.

19.04.2022

16/11/2020: For higher education; distance learning will be provided. First-year students: until December 1; when they will be able to follow face-to-face teaching again. Older students; at least until the end of the calendar year; 15/03/2021 A maximum of 20% face-to-face teaching will be allowed in higher education; 30/08/2021: The start of the academic year in September 2021 will be 100% face-to-face; with safety and hygiene measures in place.

19.04.2022

19/04/2021: Special secondary education; first level of secondary education and work-study training: 100% face-to-face. Second and third levels of secondary education: face-to-face at 50%; 03/12/2021: Secondary education will be organised in a hybrid format up to exams; 10/01/2022: return to full-time face-to-face education in secondary schools.

19.04.2022

29/03/2021: Classes are suspended from March 29 to April 18. Examinations can be organized.

19.04.2022

The Christmas holidays for nursery and primary education is anticipated to the 20 December.

19.04.2022

Classes are suspended from March 29 to April 18. Examinations can be organized.

19.04.2022

Classes for all education levels will be suspended on 12 and 13 November. Classes will resume on Monday 16 November.

19.04.2022

20/08/2020: All students will therefore be able to return to school; at all levels of education; on the basis of the “yellow code” established by the communities. As a reminder; the yellow code refers to a situation where the presence of the virus is still active although controlled. This system will allow a normal school week of 5 days; subject to compliance with certain sanitary measures; such as the compulsory wearing of a mask for students over 12 and for teachers and the suspension of certain extracurricular activities in the school; 23/10/2020 Higher education: the occupancy rate of the premises drops to a maximum of 20% with the obligation to wear a mask; except for practical work where this is not possible. This rule does not apply to first year students.

19.04.2022

18/05/2020: Gradual resumption of classes for some students in primary and secondary education and this; under strict organizational conditions; 20/08/2020: All students will be able to return to school; at all levels of education; on the basis of the “yellow code” established by the communities.

19.04.2022

18/05/2020: Kindergartens remain closed; 02/06/2020: All classes in kindergartens will be able to resume.

19.04.2022

13/03/2020: Regarding schools; lessons are suspended; 08/06/2020: Primary schools may return.

19.04.2022

13/03/2020: Regarding schools; lessons are suspended; 18/05/2020: Gradual resumption of classes for some students in primary and secondary education and this; under strict organizational conditions.

19.04.2022

13/03/2020: It is recommended that colleges and universities should develop distance course modules. These schools are therefore not closed but invited to set up alternatives to traditional lessons in an amphitheater or in a confined space; 20/08/2020: All students will therefore be able to return to school; at all levels of education; on the basis of the “yellow code” established by the communities. As a reminder; the yellow code refers to a situation where the presence of the virus is still active although controlled. This system will allow a normal school week of 5 days; subject to compliance with certain sanitary measures; such as the compulsory wearing of a mask for students over 12 and for teachers and the suspension of certain extracurricular activities in the school.

19.04.2021

In Flanders: Pupils of the 2nd and 3rd stage of secondary education switch to a maximum of 50% contact education. So organize at least 50% distance learning; which in principle works with half classes and a week-by-week system. From 29 March 2021; there is a national measure.

19.04.2021

For children aged 12 to 18 years old a maximum of 14 students + the teacher is allowed in classrooms. For bigger classes an alternation system is in place including distance learning. From 29 March 2021; there is a national measure.

25.06.2020

Schools/Univ. closure: Partially closed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 01 July 2020 to 31 December 2020

Lessons will resume gradually as from 18 May. Not all students will go back to school immediately. Each community will be responsible for executing this decision in its own territory, in consultation with the education sector. During this phase, schools will gradually reopen for some primary and secondary pupils, under strict organisational conditions. Pre-schools will remain closed at this stage and higher education has already planned through to the end of the academic year in cooperation with the community authorities As far as the longer-term prospects are concerned, preparations for the start of the new school year are already in full swing. The Ministers of Education, in collaboration with the GEES experts, have drawn up a colour-coded system that indicates how schools should organise themselves on the basis of the health situation. The Ministers of Education will explain this plan in more detail during a press conference.