Arrival in Belgium : Passenger Locator Form
All travellers to Belgium and planning to stay for more than 48 hours on the Belgian territory must fill in the Passenger Locator Form (PLF). If you arrive:
- by boat or plane, the PLF is compulsory even for a stay of less than 48 hours.
- by train or bus from a country outside the EU or the Schengen area, the PLF is compulsory even for a stay of less than 48 hours.
The PLF must be filled in individually (one per person) and honestly: it will be requested before your boarding and/or at your arrival in Belgium. Once the form is submitted you will receive a QR code by e-mail as well as a text message with customised measures depending on your PLF (test, quarantine, etc.).
If you come from a considered "high-risk" zone, you will have to be quarantined for 14 days at your arrival (at the place you indicate on the PLF).
Info-Coronavirus : https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/faq/
Formulaire de Localisation du Passager : https://travel.info-coronavirus.be/public-health-passenger-locator-formhttps://travel.info-coronavirus.be/
The information regarding Covid-19 restrictions are likely to evolve by October. This is why we recommend you to visit the official Belgian webpage for the current measures.
If you need to take a PCR test in Belgium, it is good to know:
- the price: EUR 47, 18 (for travel purposes);
- where to get tested in Liège: visit the webpage of the Ville de Liège where you will find the addresses and telephone numbers of the testing centres, or book an appointment on MaSanté.be or Info-Coronavirus.
Ville de Liège : https://www.liege.be/fr/actualites/depistage-covid-19
MaSanté.be : www.masante.belgique.be
Info-Coronavirus : www.info-coronavirus.be
The EU Digital COVID Certificate
To travel safe, also take a look at the requirements for the EU Digital COVID Certificate which might be useful during the journey and your stay in Liège.