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NOVEL CORONAVIRUS 2019-nCoV
Last updated: 26.09.2022
Traveling to Belgium
There are currently no Covid-restrictions to travel to Belgium. (no Covid-test, vaccination proof or quarantine)
Traveling to Hong Kong
- Fulfilled vaccination requirement (Applicable to non-Hong Kong residents aged 12 or above on the scheduled day of departure of the flight to Hong Kong)
- Green Health Declaration QR code (The Government recommends inbound persons, regardless of Hong Kong residents or not, who have fulfilled vaccination requirement to declare their vaccination records in order to comply with the requirement to be issued the Provisional Vaccine Pass); and
- RAT (can be self-administered or by professional swab sampling) conducted within 24 hours prior to the scheduled time of departure with a negative result and declare via the Health Declaration Form
Travellers, upon arrival in Hong Kong, will not be required to undergo compulsory quarantine and they will be under medical surveillance for 3 days; during the period, they will be subject to Amber Code restrictions under Vaccine Pass.
Please consult the rules here: https://www.coronavirus.gov.hk/eng/inbound-travel.html.
Traveling to Macau
On arrival from abroad, a quarantine applies.
A PCR test is required before departure, and a new PCR test would be carried out upon arrival at the airport and the traveler must wait for the result before being able to go to their quarantine hotel.
Anyone over the age of 12 must be able to present a vaccination certificate of at least two doses and dating back at least 14 days.
You can consult the rules here: https://www.ssm.gov.mo/apps1/PreventCOVID-19/en.aspx#clg17458