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Even though travelling to Belgium is allowed, a few COVID-19 restrictions still apply. We are listing the most important ones below in order to prepare you for our Annual Global Conference as best as possible.

It is likely that these restrictions will still be adapted in the following weeks and months, but you can always find the latest updates here.

Can I travel to Belgium?

You may travel to Belgium if you have been vaccinated for at least two weeks with all doses of a vaccine against the SARS-Cov-2 virus and if no more than 270 days have passed since the date of the last dose in the primary vaccination series or if a booster dose was administered after completion of the primary vaccination series.

 You must be able to prove this by means of a vaccination certificate such as the EU Digital COVID Certificate or an equivalent (based on a decision of the European Commission).

If you do not have such a vaccination certificate, you must be in possession of a recovery or test certificate. Non-EU or Schengen Area citizens may only travel to Belgium for trips which are considered essential and must have an attestation of essential travel or an official document.
Passenger Locator Form (PLF)

All travellers to Belgium, regardless of the means of transport chosen, must complete the Passenger Locator Form no earlier than 180 days before arriving in Belgium.

Are face masks mandatory?

As of now, face masks are only mandatory on public transportation and in healthcare facilities such as hospitals and residential care centres.


The airport shuttle is not inclused in the attendance fee but can be booked through the button below. Make sure to book your shuttle well beforehand!

Pick-up location: Brussels Airport, Zaventem, Belgium.
Drop-off location: Crowne Plaza, Gerard le Grellelaan 10, 2020 Antwerp, Belgium.