Belgium relaxes test rules for fully vaccinated visitors

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By Lisa James
23/11/2021
Home » Belgium relaxes test rules for fully vaccinated visitors

Belgium has changed its entry requirements for fully vaccinated visitors arriving from Friday 26 November.

Currently, vaccinated travellers staying in Belgium for over 48 hours must take a PCR or antigen test on day 1 or day 2 after arrival and quarantine until they receive a negative test. They must also take a further test on day 7.

From 26 November, travellers who can present a negative PCR test results that is less than 72 hours old or a negative RAT (rapid antigen test) taken on the day before arrival or on the day of arrival will no longer need to do a day 1/day 2 test, or a day 7 test.

Visitors can take a rapid antigen test at local pharmacies in Belgium.

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