Conditions for entry into Belgium and the rules you must follow in Belgium
Since 15 June 2020, Belgium has opened its borders to those traveling to and from EU Member States, including the United Kingdom and the 4 Member States of the Schengen area (Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein).
Currently, there are no travel restrictions for the Belgian territory for citizens coming from Romania.
Conditions for entry into Belgium
Belgium maintains temporary restrictions on non-essential travel to and from third countriesincluding for the 14 third countries for which the EU has issued a recommendation to progressively authorize non-essential travel. The 14 states are third: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay will be joined by China on a reciprocal basis.
The following general rules must be observed in Belgium:
- observance of hygiene measures and social distancing;
- privileging outdoor activities;
- take additional precautions and measures in the presence of persons at risk;
- group activities with a maximum of 15 people, including children (at home, restaurant or outside);
- mandatory mask.
Public transport is accessible, but it is mandatory to wear a protective mask by all passengers over the age of 12 and to respect social distance. Wearing a mask is also recommended indoors.