Passenger Locator Form
If you plan to travel to Belgium or return to Belgium after a stay abroad, you are required to:
- read the latest travel advice.
- fill in a Passenger Locator Form (within 6 months of your scheduled arrival in Belgium)
Who has to fill in this questionnaire?
You have to fill in the Passenger Locator Form within 6 months before your arrival in Belgium, even if you are fully vaccinated. The PLF must be filled in by anyone travelling directly or indirectly to Belgium, except:
- if you are staying in Belgium for less than 48 hours;
- if you have been abroad for less than 48 hours.
ATTENTION : You must ALWAYS fill in the PLF in the following cases, whether or not you are staying in Belgium for less than 48 hours or you were abroad for less than 48 hours:
- you are travelling to Belgium by air or by sea;
- you are travelling to Belgium by train or bus from a country outside the EU or the Schengen area (e.g. Eurostar from the UK);
- you have stayed in a very high risk country during the last 14 days
If you add a certificate, several fields of the PLF will be filled in automatically.
You can add a certificate by scanning the QR code of your Digital Covid Certificate (DCC) or by uploading a certificate. This is not mandatory: you can also fill in the PLF manually.
Click here to add a certificate
In case there is a change in your place of residence
If, upon arrival in Belgium, you are invited to get a COVID-19 test and would change your place of residence during the next 14 days, please inform us of this change by e-mail at PLFBelgium@health.fgov.be.
Thank you for filling in the PLF. If you travelled to a red zone for more than 48 hours there are quarantine and testing rules that must be observed. You will receive additional text messages (sms) on arrival if this is the case.
More information is available via https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/travels/
You do not meet the conditions for travel.
Please check whether everything has been filled in correctly.
Consult the website: https://www.info-coronavirus.be/
To limit the risks, respect the 6 golden rules:
- Respect the hygiene rules
- Take your activities outside
- Think about vulnerable people
- Keep your distance (1.5m)
- Limit your close contacts
- Follow the rules on gatherings