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Negative Covid test required to travel to Belgium from YYZ?

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Negative Covid test required to travel to Belgium from YYZ?

Is a negative Covid test required to go to Belgium flying with Air Canada?

I checked the Sherpa travel website and it says no negative test required if you're fully vaccinated (which is the case).

But when you board your flight from Pearson....will they require proof of a negative test??
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https://canada.diplomatie.belgium.be/en ... to-belgium

Not sure what Sherpa is but why wouldn’t you look at official websites? Simple googling.

You don’t even need to be double vax or vax at all to enter Belgium as a Canadian citizen

It doesn’t appear that air Canada flies direct to Brussels from Toronto You’ll need to comply with any testing required on your connection. Which may likely be a PCR test, In which case they will likely ask.

Probably be wise to connect in Montreal to the direct flight to Brussels (AC832) and fly to Brussels from there. That should avoid testing on the way there
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