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  • Health and Well-being

    UPDATED: 16.03.2022

    The COVID-19 pandemic is constantly changing, but DIA’s commitment to the health and safety of our peers remains consistent. To protect and preserve public health, DIA strongly recommends that all participants at the in-person DIA Europe 2022 are fully vaccinated. This is valid for all participants including presenters, attendees, exhibitors, staff, guests, and vendors. DIA will also require medical masks to be worn indoors regardless of vaccination status.

    This decision was reached by examining public health and safety guidance, meeting spaces, our own event requirements, and the fact that conditions continue to change. It is our top priority to create the safest possible environment, and we will do this by proceeding with the current best practices and information available to us.

    DIA Europe 2022 will also have a virtual component. You have the option to register for either the in-person event or for access to the virtual component of the event. We recognize and respect that all who choose to participate, will make the best decision for themselves and will be responsible for their own choices.

    We are continuing to review and evaluate the outlook for DIA Europe 2022 and will provide updates as they become available. As we get closer to our events, we will post more information about what you can expect onsite.

  • Mask Requirement

    Medical mask wearing is mandatory at DIA Europe 2022. Please wear your medical mask properly (cover both my mouth and nose) at all times as directed by DIA, including but not limited to the event spaces except while actively eating or drinking.

  • Traveling to Brussels

    If you have not already, check the entry requirements for Belgium. You may need proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test result.

    If you are traveling to Brussels by train, bus, plane or car we strongly advise to check the latest information about your means of transport and the main places or arrival.

  • Traveling from Brussels

    If you have not already, check the entry requirements for the country you are traveling to. You may need proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test result.

  • COVID-19 Test Centers

    Brussels Airport
    Address: Brussels Airport, 1930 Zaventem
    Tests: PCR, fast PCR, Antigen

    Brussels-Midi (International) Train station
    Address: Avenue Fonsny 47B, 1060 Saint-Gilles
    Tests: PCR and Antigen

    Test PCR Brussels
    Address: Rue de la Croix de Fer 48, 1000 Brussels
    (10 minutes walk from the Square)
    Tests: PCR and Antigen

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