The Passenger Locator Form, is an online form, which must be completed before your travel. This online formular helps in the contact tracing. The Passenger Locator Form does not replace an Evisa and must be completed separately from the Evisa.

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Immigration and health authorities of some countries,ask passengers to leave a health and travel history record. Previously better known as a card based on the passenger locator form and providing an additional section, the health declaration card.

Most countries have their own online passenger tracking form. Nowadays this online tracking form is mostly known under the name of Passenger Locator form.

Following the Covid-19,to protect your health, it is important to fill out this form.

This information will help public health officials to contact you if necessary.

The public health passenger locator form has been developed by the World Health Organization.

This passenger locator form provides an appropriate method to quickly collect passenger contact information and is recommended for use when public health authorities suspect any potential disease transmission on board of an aircraft and need aftwewards to do a contact tracing.

Passenger Locator Form for Belgium

If you plan to travel to Belgium, or if you are returning to Belgium, following a trip abroad, you will have:

  • Learn about the latest travel tips.

  • To complete the online form, Passenger Locator Form within 48 hours before your arrival in Belgium.

This form must be completed by whom?

  • People going to Belgium, except:

    • If they stay less than 48 hours in Belgium,

    • They come back after a stay abroad of less than 48 hours

  • Travelers going to Belgium by plane or boat

  • People traveling by train or bus from a country outside the EU or the Schengen zone.

What to do if there is a change of address during your stay?

If you need to take a Covid-19 test and if you change your place of residence within the next 14 days, you will have to communicate this change to the email address PLFBelgium@health.fgov.be

Passenger Locator Form Greece

Travelers arriving in Greece are now subject to compulsory conditions depending on their country of origin.

It is mandatory to respect the health instructions. Not respecting these health instructions may lead to a penalty/ a fine.

Please note that wearing a mask is mandatory indoors and outdoors and namely while using a public transport.

All travelers (regardless of nationality) are required to complete the questionnaire set up by the Greek civil protection services.

The form will be requested at all embarkation station, as well as at the border control.

The online electronic form requires the following information:

last name, first name, your full contact details (home), telephones, e-mail address, your identity papers (passport or identity card), your departure airport (in the case of a connection air) and the name of the carrier (air, sea travel), your destination address (possibility of registering two residence addresses), the duration of your stay in Greece, etc.

Upon receipt of this data, the traveler will receive a written confirmation (by email). The barcode (QR) will be sent the day before departure.

It is important to save this code in your mobile phone or print it out (pdf document). This code must be presented to border controls.

A traveler may be tested by chance upon arrival in Greece.

Note that if the traveler does not take the necessary steps before his trip to Greece and does not present his QR code, he may be refused upon boarding.

Failure to comply with this pre-arrival procedure in Greece includes heavy fines (€ 500) and the risk of a refusal to boarding by the airline / rail / sea company and at border crossings.

Passenger Locator Form Turkey

Before going on a trip to Turkey, it is important to be aware of the mandatory barrier gestures to be observed. For example, wearing a mask is mandatory throughout your trip, at the airport and on board during your flight. A medical check-up for COVID 19 may also be carried out when you arrive in Turkey by the authorities.

Since the end of December 2020, all travelers must provide a negative PCR test result carried out within 72 hours before their trip to Turkey. Travelers who do not show a negative PCR test for COVID will not be allowed on the flight. Kindly note that this regulation does not apply to transit passengers or transfer passengers.

Travelers departing to Turkey who are 6 years of age or older, and who have traveled to Brazil or South Africa within the past 10 days will be required to present a negative PCR test for COVID19 carried out within 72 hours of their arrival in Turkey. The latter will also have to carry out a 14-day quarantine in an establishment designated by the Turkish authorities. Subsequently, the quarantine will be lifted if the Covid test is negative on the tenth day.

Travelers who have traveled to India within 10 days of their flight to Turkey will also be subject to a 14-day quarantine at a facility designated by Turkish authorities. A COVID PCR test will be performed on the 14th day of quarantine and will be lifted if the result is negative.

Exempted: Flight attendants and merchant navy employees, who are not required to perform COVID PCR and fortnightly tests.

Mandatory forms: As of March 15, 2021, all travelers have the obligation to complete the public health passenger locator form within 72 hours before the departure of their flight. A code for health monitoring will then be assigned by email (called HES code) for the entire duration of in Turkey. Travelers will have to present the paper or digital format through their mobile phone during check-in. We kindly advise you to keep also a hard copy with you.

Passenger Locator Form United Kingdom

Due to recent travel regulations issued by the UK government, it is now mandatory to complete the online form. This information may be used to contact you in the event that a passenger on your flight, boat or train is tested positive for COVID-19.

It is advisable to complete the online form as soon as possible, to allow you prepare your trip without stress.

What information is required?

  • Each traveler wishing to travel to the UK must complete an individual form.
  • If someone under the age of 18 is traveling under your guardianship, they do not need to complete a new form, provided they arrive and depart together and reside at the same address in the UK.
  • Have in their possession a valid passport
  • Provide trip details including times and dates.
  • Communicate the address where you will be staying in the UK.

Who are the ones who need to complete the UK passenger locator form?

With the current restrictions due to Covid19, all international visitors must now complete the UK passenger form online.

Travelers must submit the health certificate before their trip, to avoid any risk of being refused at immigration.

Passenger Locator Form Italy

Digital Tracking Form - PLF Passenger Tracking Form Completing this digital passenger locator form (PLF) is mandatory. Before arriving in Italy, all travelers are required to complete a specific location form in digital format.

All travelers arriving by any means of transport and for any length of stay are now invited to complete the PLF before entering Italian territory.

Once the form has been sent, the passenger will receive the PLF in pdf format and the QRcode at the e-mail address indicated during registration. Subsequently, he must present it directly from his smartphone (in digital format) when boarding. Likewise, we advise travelers to print a copy of the PLF, which they will show to immigration officials upon boarding.

Please note that the PLF must be sent before boarding. However, the field relating to the seat number assigned on the flight will still be editable.

A form must be completed for each adult traveler; if minors are present, they can be entered in the accompanying adult sheet. In the case of unaccompanied minors, the PLF must be completed by the guardian before departure.

In exceptional cases, or exclusively in the event of technological obstacles, it will be possible to complete the paper form. It should be noted that the self-declaration made to the border police must always be submitted on paper.

What is the Passenger Tracking Form (PLF)?

The passenger locator form (passenger locator map - also known as passenger locator map) is a form with which information about the travel route, telephone number and stay address on the national territory are collected to allow the health authority to quickly contact the exposed to an infectious disease disseminated during a trip by plane.

Who needs to complete the PLF?

Anyone entering Italy from abroad for any length of time, entering Italy by any means of transport.

Passenger Locator Form Cyprus

The Cyprus Flight Pass is a mandatory travel document for all tourists traveling to Cyprus. This document will ensure the protection of all international passengers from the moment they board the plane until they land in Cyprus. Please note, that the Cyprus Flight Pass does not replace the visa.

Regardless of nationality, age etc., all tourists traveling to Cyprus must now complete the Cyprus Flight Pass to be allowed to enter the country.

To obtain the Cyprus Flight Pass, you will need to provide information about yourself and your flight. Please note that if you do not have a plane ticket yet, you will not be able to complete the form yet. To travel to Cyprus, most travelers will need to display a negative PCR test result or a Covid vaccine certificate. Passengers on the green country list will not need a test result or vaccine certificate to enter Cyprus.

Passenger Locator Form Malta

European Digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF)

DPLF Malta

All travelers entering Malta by air or sea must complete a Digital Passenger Tracking Form (dPLF).

Each person traveling will have to complete a separate PLF, even if traveling in a group or with family.

Travel to Malta is permitted for people who have resided or visited any of the countries listed in the list below for at least 14 days prior to their travel date.

Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Belize, Bhutan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, China (including Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan), Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt , Estonia, Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, French Polynesia Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Lebanon, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, New Zealand, North Macedonia, Norway, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia , South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, the following states being part of the United States of America (Alabama, Alaska, American Samoa, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado , Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Federated States of Micronesia, Flo ride, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Northern Mariana Islands, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Palau, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas , Utah, Vermont, Virgin Islands, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming), Vatican City and Vietnam.

If you are traveling to Malta from a country listed above, you must be in possession of the following documents before traveling:

  • A completed passenger tracking form
  • A valid vaccination certificate for a vaccine that is approved by the European Medicines Agency that is recognized by the Superintendent of Public Health. This requirement also applies to children aged 12 and over.

The vaccination certificate must be recognized by the public health superintendent, namely:

  • Maltese vaccination certificate
  • EU digital COVID certificate (Switzerland has joined the framework of the EU digital COVID certificate and therefore the Swiss certificate is also accepted by the Maltese authorities)
  • Vaccination certificate from the Dubai Health Authority with a readable QR code
  • Serbian green certificate with a readable QR code
  • Turkish vaccination certificate with readable QR code
  • US CDC COVID-19 vaccination registration card with an EMA approved vaccine. Cards will be digitally verified from August 1.
  • Vaccination certificates from Gibraltar, Jersey and Guernsey
  • UK vaccination certificates:
    • England: NHS Covid Pass (digital application and NHS letter)
    • Wales: NHS Covid Pass letter
    • Scotland: Letter from NHS demonstrating vaccine status against Covid-19

The following certificates ARE NOT VALID for travel to Malta:

  • Certificate of recovery from Covid-19;
  • Vaccination appointment card;
  • Vaccination certificates for 1 single dose of a vaccine requiring 2 doses, also for people cured of Covid-19;
  • Vaccination certificates within 14 days of the final dose;
  • Certificates for vaccines that are not approved by the European Medicines Agency.

Arriving in Malta without a vaccination certificate

Negative PCR test requirement

Anyone entering the country without a recognized vaccination certificate must be in possession of a negative result of a PCR test which was carried out no later than 72 hours before arriving in Malta. You cannot board your flight to Malta without this document.

Quarantine requirement

Travelers arriving in Malta without a vaccination certificate will be subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine period in accommodation assigned by the Superintendent of Public Health. This requirement applies to all arriving passengers traveling without a recognized vaccination certificate, except:

  • People who cannot be vaccinated against Covid-19 due to pregnancy (proof from a doctor must be presented).
  • People who cannot take a Covid-19 vaccine for medical reasons (written approval must be given by the Superintendent of Public Health).
  • Persons aged 5 to 11, both ages included.
  • Children aged 12 to 15 (both ages included) who are Maltese residents, who can self-isolate at their residence. All people in the same household must be quarantined.
  • Persons over the age of 16 who are Maltese residents, who may also request permission from the Superintendent of Public Health to observe their quarantine period at another address. All people in the same household must be quarantined.

Passenger Locator Form Ireland

All travelers arriving in Ireland must complete a COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form (PLF).

All travelers must also present a negative (RT-PCR) COVID-19 result taken before departure (only this type of test is eligible) within 72 hours of arrival in Ireland. Passengers will be required to show proof of their negative result before boarding the plane or ferry to immigration officials upon arrival at points of entry into Ireland. Children six years of age or younger are exempt from this requirement.

Passenger Locator Form Spain

SPTH Spain

Spain has introduced a new health declaration form to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. All people traveling to Spain must now complete the Health Control Form (HCF) before entering the country.

Governments around the world have implemented similar health certificates in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The contact details and travel information provided can be used to track foreign visitors and minimize infection rates more effectively.

Therefore, all travelers entering Spain by sea or air, including those in transit, will have to complete the SPTH Spain (Spain Travel for Health) health form.

It is important to note that the SPTH does not replace a visa.

As soon as you have completed the form, you will receive a QR code which you will have to show to the immigration authorities at the airport.

Passenger Locator Form Portugal

This passenger locator card helps in collecting he passengers contact information and is recommended when there is the potential for disease transmission on board an aircraft and a subsequent need for contact tracing.

Any passenger flying to Portugal, will have to show their test certificate before they boar to Portugal. The crew members are likely to deny boarding if you cannot show this at the check-in. We kindly advise you to check with your airline before you travel. You will be subject to health screening on your arrival.

All nationalities can request this document.

How to obtain the Passenger Locator Card?

To obtain this location card, you will need to provide information about your flight and your medical condition. Keep in mind that all travelers (including transit travelers) will need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test performed within 72 hours of departure for Portugal. You must also adhere to the country's security protocols upon arrival.

Travelers from EU countries, USA, Australia, China, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand, and UK are currently allowed to visit Portugal.

Passenger Locator Form Tanzania

All passengers traveling to Tanzania must present a certificate of negative COVID-19 PCR test result carried out within 72 hours of arrival in Tanzania.

Upon arrival, all passengers will be screened for COVID-19 in Dar es Salaam (DAR) at their own expense. The cost of testing for COVID-19 is $ 25 and must be paid in cash. Flight attendants are not affected.

Children up to the age of 5 are exempt from testing for COVID-19.

Quarantine

All passengers, nationals / foreigners or returning residents, from countries with new variants of COVID-19, according to the WHO daily alerts, or those who have traveled to these countries in the last 14 days, regardless of the route taken, must observe a quarantine of 14 days in a site approved by the government. Returning residents will be allowed to remain confined to their homes.

Required Forms

Passengers must complete an online traveler monitoring form prior to arriving in Dar es Salaam.

Passenger Locator Form Kenya

Travel update for passengers traveling from India.

All passenger flights between Kenya and India are suspended.

Only Kenyan nationals and Indian nationals who reside in Kenya are allowed to travel from India to Kenya, provided they have a negative COVID 19 PCR test result for a test performed within 96 hours of departure. They must also pass an antigen test upon arrival.

Passengers who are tested negative on arrival must self-quarantine at home for 14 days. Passengers who test positive for COVID 19 must self-isolate with surveillance at a government facility for 14 days at their own expense.

COVID 19 PCR test

All passengers, including transit / transfer passengers, must present a negative COVID 19 PCR test certificate issued no more than 96 hours prior to departure at check-in. A certificate from any government approved laboratory will be acceptable.

All passengers should check their COVID 19 RT PCR test before entering Kenya. Passengers from countries that have Trusted Traveler (TT) will receive a code which will be used to generate a TT certificate.

Exemptions

All passengers under 5 are exempt from the COVID 19 PCR test requirement to travel to Kenya.

Required Forms

All passengers must present a completed Kenya Traveler Health Surveillance Form online and present the corresponding QR code to the Port Health Authority upon arrival.

Quarantine

A 14-day quarantine is mandatory for passengers arriving from certain countries determined by the Ministry of Health. Passengers arriving in these specified countries must provide proof of their reservation for the quarantine locations 24 hours prior to boarding. The list of facilities available for quarantine can be requested from info@kmpdc.go.ke

Exemption

All passengers arriving on international flights whose body temperature does not exceed 37.5 ° C (99.5 ° F); do not have a persistent cough, difficulty breathing, or other flu-like symptoms; have a negative COVID 19 PCR test performed within 96 hours of travel and come from countries considered low to medium risk COVID 19 transmission areas will not be required to undergo a self-quarantine This list is subject to change as determined by the Department of Health risk assessment.

Other information

The national curfew is in effect from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. Kenya time. Passengers are also allowed to move to and from the airport during curfew if they can prove they are departing or have arrived.

Passenger Locator Form Poland

People traveling to Poland by air are required to complete a digital passenger tracking form before check-in, the Chief Health Inspectorate (GIS) said. The passenger tracking form is a mandatory document for people traveling to Poland.

The passenger tracking form helps limit the rapid spread of COVID-19 because if there is an infected person on board, the card allows for quick contact with other travelers.

In line with the EU recommendation for a coordinated approach to restrict free movement in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, information on detected COVID-19 cases should be immediately transmitted to health authorities in countries where this no one has stayed in a previous 14-day.

Passengers arriving in Poland from other EU countries are subject to 10 days of home quarantine, unless they meet one of the following conditions:

- Proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19, certified by the EU's Covid Digital Certificate (EU-DCC) or other document in Polish or English. Please note that in Poland a person is considered to be fully vaccinated 14 days after the last dose of vaccine.

- Proof of recovery from COVID-19 in the last 6 months, certified by EU-DCC or other document from healthcare professionals in Polish or English.

Submit a negative test for COVID-19 (PCR or antigen), certified by EU-DCC or other document in Polish or English. This test must be presented within 48 hours of the result.

- Children under 12.

A person can also be released from the 10-day home quarantine by obtaining a negative COVID-19 test result (PCR or antigen) within 48 hours of arriving in Poland.

All passengers arriving in Poland must also complete a passenger tracing form and a public health self-declaration.

Anyone planning to travel to Poland should check the latest information regarding the conditions of arrival in the country.

Please note that these measures may change in the short term and passengers must comply with the instructions of the border guards.

Passenger Locator Form Slovakia

The Slovak Public Health Tracking Form is a mandatory travel document that all visitors are required to complete in order to enter the country. It was designed to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection among visitors and nationals.

A traffic light system has also been established.

The purpose of the traffic light system is to restart a relatively safe travel of people abroad and simultaneously to minimize the importation of new infections or new SARS-COV-2 mutations.

The traffic light system

Green List Countries

Country risk profile

EU countries and non-EU countries with a high vaccination rate and a favorable epidemiological situation.

Quarantine / test

A 14-day self-isolation, which may end with a negative RT-PCR or antigen test result after arrival (for exemptions, see below).

Exemptions

- Vaccinated people.

- People who have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 180 days.

- Children under 18,

- with a valid negative 72-hour RT-PCR test or a valid negative 24 hour antigen test (AG test - only if you come from neighboring states where this test was performed)

Red List Countries

Country risk profile

Countries outside the EU with an unfavorable epidemiological situation.

Quarantaine/test

A 14-day self-isolation, which can be completed by receiving a negative RT-PCR or antigen test result no earlier than day 8 of self-isolation.

Exemptions.

People vaccinated with an employment contract proving that they are working in Slovakia and at the same time permanent or temporary residence in their country of origin, or people vaccinated with an employment contract proving that they are working abroad and at the same time permanent or temporary residence in Slovakia.

Blacklist countries

Country risk profile

EU countries or non-EU countries with unreliable data sources or with the spread of dangerous variants.

Quarantaine/test

A 14 day self-isolation regardless of the result of the RT-PCR test on the 8th day of self-isolation.

Exemptions

People vaccinated with an employment contract proving that they are working in Slovakia and at the same time permanent or temporary residence in their country of origin, or people vaccinated with an employment contract proving that they are working abroad and at the same time permanent or temporary residence in Slovakia.