Essential for travel

By | 17 August 2021
Essential Apps for travel
cid:image005.png@01D76C3B.9CF06730   Access to the EU digital COVID certificate in Belgium, proof of vaccination, results of COVID tests or proof of immunity, including a detailed step by step tutorial on how to use the new SYSPER functionality   EU Digital COVID Certificate  
cid:image006.png@01D76C3B.9CF06730 Re-open EU ApplicationTo help you plan your travels in Europe, the European Commission has launched the Re-open EU platform, providing real-time information on borders, available means of transport, travel restrictions, public health and safety measures (e.g. physical distancing or wearing a mask), as well as other practical information for travelers.     cid:image033.png@01D76C02.FBD2CE70 Download the Apps to know the health situation in the countries    
EU Digital COVID Certificate is called in Belgium cid:image037.png@01D76C02.FBD2CE70   CovidCheck  in Luxembourg   The Italian government has just launched an online portal for claiming a ‘certificazione verde’         What is a COVID certificate?   A COVID certificate allows you to travel safely and freely within the European Union. There are 3 different types of certificates that prove you are Covid-safe: A vaccination certificate proves that you have been fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus. A test certificate proves that you have taken a negative Covid-19 test. A recovery certificate shows that you have recovered from Covid-19 after a previous positive Covid-19 test.
I live in Belgium For more information         J’habite en Belgique  Pour plus d’information    I am going abroad   These measures are valid until 30 June. You can read more about the measures concerning travel from 1 July here.     You can be tested and your tests will be     Paying for adults who did not want to be vaccinated Free of charge (Two PCR tests) for children and adolescents between 6 and 17 years of age, and for adults who have not yet had the opportunity to be fully vaccinated, and thus to acquire immunity.   You can consult the list of screening centres on these links:   Map of test centres Global list of test centres Interactive map of test centres in Brussels Interactive map of test centres in Wallonia List of test centres in Ghent and Antwerp  
cid:image038.jpg@01D768F5.79B65E30  I come back to Belgium Did you stay abroad for more than 48 hours or are you returning to Belgium by air or boat, or by train or bus from a country outside the EU or the Schengen Area? Fill in the Passenger Locator Form at the earliest 48 hours before you arrive in Belgium.   Based on the answers you give, the form will work out whether you are regarded as a high risk contact or not. Did you receive a text message? If so, you are a high-risk contact. You must quarantine. Get tested on day 1 and day 7 of quarantine. You will receive a code for this by text message. Quarantine and testing are mandatory. Those who do not abide by the rules risk a fine of EUR 250. What if you didn’t receive a text message? You do not have to quarantine and you do not need to get tested. Do you live in Belgium and are you travelling from the United Kingdom, South Africa, South America or India? You will need to quarantine. Get tested on day 1 and day 7 of quarantine. You will receive a text message. Quarantine and testing are mandatory. Those who do not abide by the rules risk a fine of EUR 250. In exceptional cases, you do not have to be tested and/or quarantined. An overview of the exceptions can be found here.
I live in Luxembourg For more information         J’habite au Luxembourg Pour plus d’informations           cid:image039.jpg@01D768F5.79B65E30I live in Luxembourg I am going abroad Luxembourg nationals and residents are invited to enquire about the rules of entry applicable in the destination countries. Some countries require travelers from Luxembourg to have a recent negative COVID-19 test or to self-isolate / quarantine themselves for a certain period of time. The consular assistance service of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs is available for Luxembourg nationals  residents to give specific information regarding a particular destination. Furthermore, the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs invites all persons who travel abroad to declare their travel plan on the site Lëtzebuerger am Ausland prior to embarking on their trip.   For updates, please consult frequently: Luxembourgers abroad – Coronavirus – Official information – Luxembourg (         I come back to Luxembourg   The terms and conditions as well as the exceptions applicable to these testing obligations are detailed in the “frequently asked questions” section that follows.   For updates, please consult frequently:  
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