Which coronatest for Belgium?
Belgium travel declaration requirements
Travellers who do not reside in Belgium must submit a negative PCR test to take with you. The PCR test must not have been taken more than 72 hours before departure for Belgium. Dutch people travelling to Belgium and staying in the country for more than 48 hours are obliged to go into self quarantine for 10 days. On day 1 and day 7 after arrival in Belgium, you must have a mandatory PCR test taken. A antigen rapid test is not suitable for travel to Belgium.
If you hold a corona card, a negative test result is not required to gain entry to the country.
Age limit of coronatest for Belgium
The above test requirement to enter Belgium applies to anyone aged 12 years or older.
Locations PCR test with travel certificate Belgium
Travel advice abroad
Almost all countries currently have entry restrictions imposed on incoming travelers to prevent the spread of the corona virus. Therefore, in many countries you currently have to show a negative corona test result to enter the country. Here you can easily book your coronatest for Belgium.
On holiday in Belgium in 2021
As a neighbour of the Netherlands, Belgium is a well-known holiday destination. From beach holidays on the Belgian coast to camping in the Ardennes, there is plenty to discover. Belgium is also known for its diverse cities such as Antwerp, Bruges, Leuven and Brussels.
All about the travel certificate
If you have a negative PCR test result, you will receive an international travel certificate from us. With this travel certificate you can enter Greece. The document is checked on 5 points:
- Type of test: in our case it is the 'PCR'.
- Test result: Must be negative
- First name and surname: according to passport
- Date and time of test
- Details of the institute or laboratory that administered the test
What's a coronagraph?
A coronate test can be used to show whether a person is infected with COVID-19 virus. There are different types of coronate tests, such as an antigen rapid test and a PCR test. A antigen rapid test gives the result within 30 minutes, so you know immediately whether you are infected with the virus. The result of a PCR test takes a little longer (max. 24 hours), but also gives a slightly more accurate result. Moreover, the PCR test comes with an international travel certificate, which is a requirement to enter many countries. With an antigen rapid test you get another kind of certificate, which is often not suitable to travel with.
Going on holiday to Belgium? Both the antigen rapid test and the PCR test (including travel certificate) can be performed at one of our five testing locations. Book an appointment here on the date of your choice!
Cost of PCR test and antigen rapid test for travel to Belgium
The costs for a PCR test start at €99. Have you been tested before 12:00? Then you will receive the result that same day. If you are tested after 12:00, you will receive the result 24 hours later. The PCR test is inclusive of international corona travel certificate.