Belgium lifts Covid entry restrictions

Tuesday, May 24, 2022 0

Belgium has dropped remaining Covid entry rules, allowing non-EU travellers non-essential access for tourism.

It is no longer necessary to fill a Passenger Locator Form before travel or present a vaccine certificate or negative test result.

Masks on public transport and most other setting has also been lifted.

It means UK travellers can enter without restrictions. However curbs will be reapplied for travellers coming from any country where a new variant of concern is discovered, Prime Minister Alexander De Croo said.

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