United Kingdom

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


There's a wordwide outbreak of COVID-19. Take a look at the preventive measures related to COVID-19.

This country has travel restrictions:

  • Travel to the following areas is strongly discouraged by the Belgian authorities:
    • London
    • North West England
    • North-East England
    • Yorkshire and Humber
    • East Midlands
    • West Midlands
    • Wales
    • Southern Scotland
    • Eastern Scotland
    • West Central Scotland
    • Northern Ireland
    • Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, Essex (East of England)
    • Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, Hampshire and Isle of Wight (South East)
    • Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Bristol/Bath area, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly, Devon (South West)
    • After completing the identification form, you will receive a message if a COVID-19 test and/or post-return quarantine are compulsory. If you do not receive a message, quarantine and tests are not compulsory.
  • Tourist trips to the rest of the country are allowed. A COVID-19 test and quarantine are not compulsory upon return to Belgium.

  • The authorities of this country impose a COVID-19 test and/or quarantine on travellers from Belgium.

If you have been abroad for more than 48 hours, you must fill in this identification and evaluation form on arrival in Belgium. This is not necessary if you will be staying in Belgium for less than 48 hours.

Check the current security situation on the federal government website and register your itinerary on Travellers Online.

The information on Wanda is updated daily, but not over the weekend.

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.

Important health risks

Tick-borne diseases

Ticks can transmit Lyme disease.

Altitude sickness

You may experience altitude sickness in areas above 2500 metres.

Other frequent health risks while travelling

Read these tips before you leave.


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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