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Travel: What changes this Wednesday

From July 1, the most significant relaxation for the Belgians will take place.

COn Wednesday, June 9, a number of changes will take effect in France.

The curfew order will be lifted at 11pm and restaurants and cafes inside may reopen. Sports halls will reopen their doors. Finally, the rules surrounding delivery will be relaxed.



The next French relaxation is scheduled for June 30.

Go to France

The French Transport Minister announced on Friday that Europeans who have been vaccinated against covia can enter France from June 9 without presenting evidence for a negative PCR test.

“As of next June 9th, we are announcing that (…) vaccinated Europeans will be able to come to France without a PCR test,” Transport Minister Jean-Baptiste Djibouti told CNUS television.

Passengers from the United Kingdom and the United States will still need proof of a negative test (PCR or antigen) whether they are vaccinated or not, the government said in a document released Friday.

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The reopening strategy will be reopened from June 9, according to a document that will vary according to the flow of passengers between France and abroad (green, orange and red) and the health status of the countries classified by the vaccine. “Strategy for reopening borders”.

“Countries classified as orange, such as the United States or Great Britain, require a PCR or antigen test if the passenger is vaccinated, otherwise he has a compelling reason, a negative test, and he will be isolated from 7 days.

From July 1st

From July 1 to July 1, all European citizens will be able to enter the EU with the European Digital Govt Certificate. It will be used to prove that you have been vaccinated, that your test is negative or that you have recovered from the corona virus. In addition to this certification that allows for free and safe travel in the summer, the advisory board has set up new methods regarding isolations.

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Two possible scenarios: Isolation and testing are no longer mandatory as the Belgian is returning from a stay abroad in the green or orange zone. Return from the red zone refers to isolation if you do not have a European Digital Govt Certificate confirming a complete vaccination of at least two weeks and a negative PCR test or recovery certificate within 72 hours. Finally, if you return from a very dangerous country and the variance is a concern, you should have a 10-day isolation and PCR test on the first and seventh day. Isolation is practicable whether vaccinated (two doses) or a negative PCR test before return.

If you are not a resident and you are returning from a green or orange zone, isolation and testing is not mandatory. When returning from a red zone, you do not need to perform an isolation if you have a European Digital Govt Certificate that certifies your complete vaccination for at least two weeks, a negative PCR test done within 72 hours, or certified recovery. If you are returning from a country outside the EU, you should be vaccinated and stay for two weeks. In addition, your vaccine must be EU approved. You must take a test on the day you arrive. If you return from a high-risk area (worrying variations), entry restrictions apply to non-Belgians living in Belgium. Exceptions involving compulsory isolation and two trials are possible, especially for diplomats and transport personnel.

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