En De
Total doses
given
29.5M
People fully
vaccinated
9.2M
% Fully
vaccinated
78.63%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Vaccination:

Covid-19 Vaccination - Not required

04.08.2022

Compulsory for anyone not residing in Belgium to present a Digital Covid Certificate upon entry; i.e. a valid vaccination certificate. Exceptions apply (stays of less than 48 hours). No test obligation for anyone who enters the country (resident and non-resident) with a certificate. For Belgian residents without a certificate travelling from a dark red country or a third country not on the white list of Europe should undergo a rapid antigen (RAT) or a PCR test on day 1 after their arrival. For people from countries or regions with circulation of a new variant Concern (VOC) strict testing rules remain unchanged.; 23/05/2022: no VOC or high-risk countries; passenger locater forms are no longer required; all travel restrictions lifted.

04.08.2022

Compulsory for anyone not residing in Belgium to present a Digital Covid Certificate upon entry; i.e. a recent test. Exceptions apply (stays of less than 48 hours). No test obligation for anyone who enters the country (resident and non-resident) with a certificate. For Belgian residents without a certificate travelling from a dark red country or a third country not on the white list of Europe should undergo a rapid antigen (RAT) or a PCR test on day 1 after their arrival. For people from countries or regions with circulation of a new variant Concern (VOC) strict testing rules remain unchanged.; 23/05/2022: no VOC or high-risk countries; passenger locater forms are no longer required; all travel restrictions lifted.

04.08.2022

Compulsory for anyone not residing in Belgium to present a Digital Covid Certificate upon entry; i.e. a recovery certificate. Exceptions apply (stays of less than 48 hours). No test obligation for anyone who enters the country (resident and non-resident) with a certificate. For Belgian residents without a certificate travelling from a dark red country or a third country not on the white list of Europe should undergo a rapid antigen (RAT) or a PCR test on day 1 after their arrival. For people from countries or regions with circulation of a new variant Concern (VOC) strict testing rules remain unchanged.; 23/05/2022: no VOC or high-risk countries; passenger locater forms are no longer required; all travel restrictions lifted.

05.05.2022

Compulsory for anyone not residing in Belgium to present a Digital Covid Certificate upon entry; i.e. a recent test. Exceptions apply (stays of less than 48 hours). No test obligation for anyone who enters the country (resident and non-resident) with a certificate. For Belgian residents without a certificate travelling from a dark red country or a third country not on the white list of Europe should undergo a rapid antigen (RAT) or a PCR test on day 1 after their arrival. For people from countries or regions with circulation of a new variant Concern (VOC) strict testing rules remain unchanged.

19.04.2022

Compulsory for anyone not residing in Belgium to present a Digital Covid Certificate upon entry; i.e. a recovery certificate. Exceptions apply (stays of less than 48 hours). No test obligation for anyone who enters the country (resident and non-resident) with a certificate. For Belgian residents without a certificate travelling from a dark red country or a third country not on the white list of Europe should undergo a rapid antigen (RAT) or a PCR test on day 1 after their arrival. For people from countries or regions with circulation of a new variant Concern (VOC) strict testing rules remain unchanged.

19.04.2022

If you have a vaccination certificate or a certificate of recovery; you don't need to be quarantined or be tested; 19/07/2021: Upon returning from a high-risk European area; people who have not yet been fully vaccinated must; in addition to a PCR test on day 1 (with quarantine at stake); perform a PCR test on the day 7. The test on day 1 is not necessary if the person in question has already undergone a PCR test in the 72 hours prior to arrival on Belgian territory. A positive result to a PCR test will imply an obligation of quarantine of 10 days; without possible interruption. Also; regarding events; fully vaccinated people (full vaccination plus two weeks); who present a certificate of recovery or a recent negative test can use the Covid Safe Ticket to attend; as from 13/08/2021; outdoor events bringing together 1;500 people or more; and as from 01/09/2021; indoor events. In case of use of the Covid Safe Ticket; the rules concerning the wearing of a mask; social distancing and CIRM / CERM restrictions are abandoned; 29/10/2021: For public events; the use of the Covid Safe Ticket for events from 200 people indoors and 400 people outdoors is required; 01/11/2021: the application of the Covid Safe Ticket is compulsory in all HORECA (Hotels/Restaurants/Cafeterias) and fitness establishments (For staff; wearing a mask is mandatory since 29/10); 20/11/2021: The Covid Safe Ticket (with the wearing of a mask) are compulsory for public events and private meetings with more than 50 people indoors or more than 100 people outdoors; in catering establishments (including private events that take place there); in theaters; concert halls; music halls; cabarets and other performance halls; multipurpose halls that host cultural activities; indoor circuses; cinemas; museums and amusement parks and other theme parks (interiors).; 7/03/2022: CovidSafe ticket does not apply; barometer set to yellow.

15.03.2022

If you have a vaccination certificate or a certificate of recovery; you don't need to be quarantined or be tested; 19/07/2021: Upon returning from a high-risk European area; people who have not yet been fully vaccinated must; in addition to a PCR test on day 1 (with quarantine at stake); perform a PCR test on the day 7. The test on day 1 is not necessary if the person in question has already undergone a PCR test in the 72 hours prior to arrival on Belgian territory. A positive result to a PCR test will imply an obligation of quarantine of 10 days; without possible interruption. Also; regarding events; fully vaccinated people (full vaccination plus two weeks); who present a certificate of recovery or a recent negative test can use the Covid Safe Ticket to attend; as from 13/08/2021; outdoor events bringing together 1;500 people or more; and as from 01/09/2021; indoor events. In case of use of the Covid Safe Ticket; the rules concerning the wearing of a mask; social distancing and CIRM / CERM restrictions are abandoned; 29/10/2021: For public events; the use of the Covid Safe Ticket for events from 200 people indoors and 400 people outdoors is required; 01/11/2021: the application of the Covid Safe Ticket is compulsory in all HORECA (Hotels/Restaurants/Cafeterias) and fitness establishments (For staff; wearing a mask is mandatory since 29/10); 20/11/2021: The Covid Safe Ticket (with the wearing of a mask) are compulsory for public events and private meetings with more than 50 people indoors or more than 100 people outdoors; in catering establishments (including private events that take place there); in theaters; concert halls; music halls; cabarets and other performance halls; multipurpose halls that host cultural activities; indoor circuses; cinemas; museums and amusement parks and other theme parks (interiors).; 7/03/2022: CovidSafe ticket does not apply; barometer set to yellow.

15.03.2022

Compulsory for anyone not residing in Belgium to present a Digital Covid Certificate upon entry; i.e. a valid vaccination certificate. Exceptions apply (stays of less than 48 hours). No test obligation for anyone who enters the country (resident and non-resident) with a certificate. For Belgian residents without a certificate travelling from a dark red country or a third country not on the white list of Europe should undergo a rapid antigen (RAT) or a PCR test on day 1 after their arrival. For people from countries or regions with circulation of a new variant Concern (VOC) strict testing rules remain unchanged.

03.02.2022

THIS COUNTRY IS READY TO CONNECT TO THE EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE GATEWAY

Proof of full vaccination, completed at least two weeks before travelling. Accepted vaccines: vaccines authorised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA): Comirnaty (BioNTech and Pfizer), Moderna, Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca/Oxford), Janssen and Covidshield.

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