United Kingdom

Latest update: - Authors: Mieke Croughs, Ula Maniewski-Kelner

New coronavirus

SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, is responsible for an outbreak of pneumonia. The COVID-19 outbreak initially started in Wuhan (China) and subsequently spread to other countries. Currently this country has registered more than 100 cases of COVID-19.

This page contains the main health risks for travellers and general recommendations. Travel conditions are different for everyone and each patient's health condition varies. Discuss your trip during a travel consultation with your doctor or in a travel clinic, preferably six to eight weeks before departure.

As a result of the global coronavirus pandemic caused by COVID-19, all non-essential travels have been banned by the Belgian Federal Government.

Check the current safety situation in this country on the website of the federal government.

Health risks

Altitude sickness

You may experience altitude sickness in areas above 2500 metres.


Update of basic vaccinations


Other vaccinations

Recommended for some travelers

Discuss with your doctor whether one of the following vaccinations is recommended for you:

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