I travel from Belgium to Canada. There is a layover in Amsterdam.
I will take a PCR test before boarding the plane in Belgium. Some hours later, I will get the results before I board the plane to Canada.
I am fully vaccinated and can travel from Belgium to the Netherlands. I need the PCR test to enter Canada.
Is this possible, or do I need to have the negative PCR test at check-in of the starting airport already?
Of course, the best is to take a PCR test in advance. But, I didn't...
edit: The timings were all calculated, I was going to be able to return to Belgian from Amsterdam IF I were positive. But, no way it would have worked. As said in the solutions, at check-in all documents needed to be provided. I ended up delaying my flight for two days and take a PCR test like everybody.