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.