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Vaccination Passport Belgium: Here is What You Should Know
5 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Travel experts and many doctors around the world believe ‘vaccine passports’ may play an important role in international travel moving forward during the coronavirus pandemic. Therefore, many countries like Belgium have decided to step forward and allowed the entry of foreign travelers by having a vaccine ‘passport’.

But, ‘vaccine passports’ are not that different from the current health declarations. The only difference is that they focus more on people who’ve been vaccinated, but that’s it. The health declarations work the same as vaccine passports.

In this article, we’ll explain the key factors to obtain the Vaccination Passport Belgium. It is not a complicated document, so you can feel relieved about that.

Keep reading the questions below to see how to apply for a Vaccination Passport Belgium (health declaration) at iVisa.com.

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Note: Since May 27th, 2022, the Belgium Passenger Locator Form is no longer necessary to enter the country.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a ‘vaccine certificate’ and what other requirements are necessary to visit Belgium?

A ‘vaccine certificate’ is a credential that shows if a person has been vaccinated. The same technology is also useful to show a person's coronavirus test results. It's a document used to demonstrate a person's health status, generally through a smartphone app or a QR code that has been printed via the Internet.

The ‘Vaccination Passport Belgium’ is that type of document, and we can give it to you through our platform. Moreover, we can help you get ready for your trip to this country by guiding you on what to do once you arrive.

Here’s the complete list of the things you need to visit Belgium:

  • The Health Declaration (called ‘Belgium Passenger Locator Form’). Remember that it works the same as a ‘vaccine certificate’, as it can be used to confirm you’ve been vaccinated (if necessary).
  • Your passport with a valid due date.
  • Your email address to receive the health declaration and other information related to the process.
  • A Paypal account or a debit/credit card to complete the payment.

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Do I need a COVID vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter Belgium?

No, you don't. At this time, COVID vaccines and vaccination certificates are not required to enter Belgium.

Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Belgium travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.

Do I need a COVID-19 test to get into Belgium?

  • COVID test requirements: There are no testing requirements.

Do I have to remain in quarantine?

Quarantine requirements: There are no quarantine requirements.

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How much does this health form cost and when can I obtain it?

Don’t forget that the Vaccination Passport Belgium is the same as the Health Declaration or Passenger Locator Form, so the prices are the same. If there’s any change related to this information, we’ll let you know about that through our FAQ Page. Please be aware that these prices are based on our fees to give you the document as fast as possible.

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  • Super Rush Processing Time: -

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How can I get a Vaccination Passport for Belgium online?

It’s very easy to obtain the Belgium Health Declaration by using iVisa.com’s service (please remember that the health declaration is the same as the vaccination certificate). Besides, this document also works to confirm you’re in good health, meaning that you’ve been vaccinnated agains other diseases like yellow fever.

These are the steps to follow:

  • The first step is to write your personal information in the initial questionnaire and select a processing time according to your travel plans.
  • The second step is to review the entire information you gave before to ensure that there are no mistakes. After you’re ready with that, you can continue with the payment platform.
  • The third step is to upload and attach all the necessary items to the form so that you can complete the process successfully.

You wouldn’t have to do anything else after that! You can now wait for your certificate via email inbox.

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Is iVisa.com a safe website?

Yes, you can trust our services. We’ve been working hard for more than 6 years to give all travelers a reliable, fast, and easy solution to their travel documents. We never compromise our database, and we’re also very transparent about what we offer.

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Where can I read more information about Vaccination Passport Belgium?

You can read more questions related to this vaccine certificate on our FAQ page, but if you prefer to get personal attention while applying, then we invite you to reach out to us online.

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Whenever you think of Belgium, you probably think of french fries and beer, but this country is much more than that. This Western European nation is an excellent choice for curious tourists, as it has many sights full of history and a pleasant aesthetic. Some examples of that can be seen in Brussels, the capital city, where you can visit the Grand Place, the Hôtel de Ville Gothic town hall complex, and numerous town hall houses built in the 17th century.

Aside from the interesting architecture, Belgium is also home to artistic cities like Antwerp, Bergen, Liege, and Charleroi. Why are these cities so artistic? Because they’re full of art museums that include amazing paintings from artists like Ensor, Van Eyck, and Rubens.

In case you decide to stay for a long time in Brussels, don’t forget to explore the Bruges region. In this place, you can easily locate the Grote Markt or the Grand Square as they’re in the city center.

These are only some of the things you can enjoy in Belgium, but remember that in order to do so, you must get your ‘health declaration’ first, and we’re ready to help you with that!

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