Passenger Locator Form Belgium

The public health authorities use Passenger Locator Form Belgium to locate the travelers. These travelers might get infected with some disease during their travel through air, marine, or land. The travelers fill the form with all the necessary information about their stay, their personal information, etc.

The form can be filled online and is also available as a paper-based form. The PLF Belgium comes with a unique Quick Response QR Code in the email attached with the link.

Information about authorized trips

All the common and non-professional trips to Belgium from India, Brazil, and South Africa are prohibited. Only professional trips are allowed. These authorized trips are not banned and they require the certificate issued by the employer, or by the consular or diplomatic representative of Belgium.   

Also, the travelers with Belgian nationality of those living in Belgium are not banned to return to the country. The following exceptional cases that represent the authorized and important journey include business trips of seafarers or transport companies’ staff, travel diplomats, employees of international companies, and the people invited by them. These staff members are allowed to travel because the successful working of the organization depends on their functioning and work.

Test requirements of COVID-19

A PCR test is conducted 3 to 4 days before they travel. This test should be negative for the people traveling from the red zone areas to Belgium. This rule applies to all people including children above 5 years old. Also, the negative result of the PCR test is necessary for all the people who do not live in Belgium territory. The PCR test of children above 5 years was made mandatory after 13th February.

Since the 27th of January, the residents from the foreign country were obliged to take the COVID-19 screening test on the first day of arrival in Belgium and also on the seventh day after arrival. Also, the screen test for COVID-19. 72 hours before starting the travel journey was already made necessary.

The residents of Belgium are not required to be tested before their travel but are required to undergo all the mandatory tests on the first day of arrival and also on the seventh day.

Criteria for PCR test for the Passenger Locator Form Belgium

Following are the conditions for the COVID-19 PCR test:

  1. The provided document should be online and readily accessible or searchable. It can be in digital format as well.
  2. Only four languages are acceptable for the document. These include German, English, Dutch, or French.

Tests which are not acceptable for the travel

Following tests are not acceptable for travel;

  1. Rapid antigenic test
  2. RT lamp COVID-19 test
  3. Serological test

Passenger Locator Form Belgium for frontier workers

The Passenger Locator Form must be filled by anyone who lives outside Belgium for more than 48 hours. It is also compulsory for those who will stay in Belgium for more than 48 hours. 

Questions and answers about Passenger Locator Form Belgium

The public health authorities use Passenger Locator Form Belgium to locate the travelers. These travelers might get infected with some disease during their travel through air, marine, or land.

A PCR test is conducted 3 to 4 days before they travel. This test should be negative for the people traveling from the red zone areas to Belgium.

The Passenger Locator Form must be filled by anyone who lives outside Belgium for more than 48 hours.