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Total doses
People fully
% Fully
Mask is required in certain indoor areas
COVID-19 test
Not required
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): PCR / LFT
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Movement Restrictions:


Returning travelers have access to a free test at Luxembourg airport. Starting 17/08/2020; those returning by other means of transport will have the option to take a free test by first registering at MyGuichet.lu; 12/10/2020; Luxembourg State offers; under certain conditions; a free COVID-19 test to cross-border workers after a trip or stay abroad. Thus; this offer is no longer limited to Luxembourg residents only. To benefit from this free test as a cross-border worker; you must: reside in Germany; Belgium or France; and have a Luxembourg social security number (CNS) (13-digit matricule); and be returning from a trip or tourist stay abroad; 12/01/2021: Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries are free to enter Luxembourg; irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative Test before arrival. Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of Luxembourg until 31/03/2021. Exemption for persons and nationals from the following third-countries: Australia; China; Hong Kong and Macao; Japan; New Zealand; Ruanda; Singapore; South Korea; Thailand: For these exceptions; an obligation to present a negative test before entering Luxembourg applies; 22/06/2021: For any person authorised to enter Luxembourg (regardless of nationality); it is compulsory to present; before boarding a flight to Luxembourg either a vaccination/recovery certificate or the negative result (on paper or electronically) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT). This applies to all departures to Luxembourg; including those from Member States of the European Union or the Schengen area. Additional sanitary measures are applicable until 15/07/2021 for the United Kingdom and for India; regardless of the means of transport; 16/11/2021: the certificates issued by the authorities of Georgia; Moldova; New Zealand and Serbia are to be considered as equivalent; 16/12/2021: health measures for people entering Luxembourg by air are extended until February 28; 2022 inclusive. Also; until January 14; 2022 inclusive; any person (regardless of nationality and age) who has stayed in South Africa; Botswana; Eswatini; Lesotho; Mozambique; Namibia or Zimbabwe in the 14 days preceding their arrival on Luxembourg territory must undergo as soon as possible a test nucleic acid amplification (NAAT) for the detection of the viral RNA of SARS-CoV-2 (PCR; TMA or LAMP methods); indicating to the laboratory that he has stayed in one or more of these countries.; 31/01/2022: Arrivals from these countries subject to the same restrictions as other third country nationals; 22/04/2022: travelers are no longer required to present a vaccination certificate; a certificate of recovery or the negative result of a nucleic acid amplification test upon boarding. Even if the obligation to present one of the three documents is no longer applicable for entries by air; the presentation of a vaccination certificate or a certificate of recovery remains one of the means of proving the right to enter Luxembourg under the temporary restrictions that apply to third-country nationals.


Recommendation to avoid unnecessary travel.; 04/05/2022: lockdown ending.


17/03/2020: Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory. Non Schengen area nationals. The ban on the entry of third-country nationals into the territory of Luxembourg is extended until 15/09/2020; 01/07/2020: third-country nationals who are resident in one of the following countries are authorised to enter the territory of Luxembourg: Algeria; Australia; Canada; China (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level); Georgia; Japan; Morocco; New Zealand; Rwanda; South Korea; Thailand; Tunisia; Uruguay.; 01/01/21 Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021. Exempt of this rule are persons and nationals from a list of third countries that is regularly reviewed. Individuals from third countries may be exempted if workers; family visits; etc. ; 22/07/2021: Citizens of the European Union and of the countries associated with the Schengen area; as well as citizens of San Marino; Andorra; Monaco and the Vatican/Saint See; are free to enter the territory of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg; regardless of the purpose of the stay and not only to return to their homes. Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31/12/2021; 16/11/2021: third-country nationals with a certificate proving a complete vaccination schedule issued by Georgia; Moldova; New Zealand and Serbia will be allowed to enter the territory of the Great- Duchy of Luxembourg; including for non-essential trips.; 1/03/2022: The European Union recommends that its member nations remove any non-essential travel bans for vaccinated tourists arriving from third countries starting March 1; 2022.


30/10/2020: Curfew 23:00 to 06:00. Movements of people in public space are prohibited; with certain exceptions: visits to the doctor; going to work or walking your dog a maximum distance of 1 km from home. Fines are applied for breaching the law.; 26/12/2020: Curfew 21:00 to 06:00.; 11/01/2021: Curfew 23:00 to 06:00.; 16/05/2021: Curfew 00:00 to 06:00.; 13/06/2021: Curfew has been lifted.


ECDC leaflet distributed.


National movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 24 July 2020 to TBD

As of 25 Sept 2020, masks must be worn for all activities in closed spaces, open to the public, and on public transport (except for the driver when a distance of 2m is respected or a separation panel separates him from the passengers). Gatherings of people at home or on the occasion of private events, in a closed space or in the open air, are limited to 10 persons. At public gatherings of more than 10 people, people must be assigned a seat with a distance of 2m. If the distance of 2m cannot be maintained, a mask must be worn. The conditions of distancing and the mask do not apply either to minors under 6 years of age or to cohabitants. In the event of infringements of these measures, the person risks a fine of up to 500€. Visits of a private nature organized at home. Six people max., in addition to the people living in the same household. Outdoor gatherings in a public place for a maximum number of twenty people. Try to keep a distance of 2m to others at all times. Wearing a mask is mandatory. Previously, Reopening of construction sites (tentative date 20 April 2020) The first phase thus covers the following activities: Reopening of construction sites; Educational aid and assistance activities (Services in child and family aid, Competence centres in special psycho-pedagogical care and measures to benefit children who are on the verge of dropping out of school); Activities of gardeners and landscapers; Businesses whose main activity is do-it-yourself; Reopening of recycling centres. Phase 3 - resumption of fundamental education as well as the reopening of crèches and childcare facilities (tentative date 25 May 2020) This will be followed - in later phases - by the resumption of commercial activities and the reopening of the HORECA sector. At this stage, however, it is premature to give a detailed assessment of the lifting of restrictions in this sector. A final decision will be taken in due course by the Government Council on the basis of an analysis of the situation. Companies, businesses and administrations are generally encouraged to continue to promote teleworking throughout the transition period out of confinement. Up to 20 April, working from home can be imposed as a preventive measure for employees whose nature of work allows it. If employees are quarantined because they are sick or came back from an infected area or have been in direct contact with a person infected with the coronavirus, they have to produce a medical certificate. Establishments receiving the public, activities of a cultural, social, festive, sporting and recreational nature are suspended. Playgrounds are closed. As a general rule, the gathering of people on public roads is not permitted. Individuals may pursue outdoor leisure activities as long as they remain alone. Otherwise, they must respect the requirement of a distance of two metres between people. A group of people living under the same roof can also pursue outdoor leisure activities. These people in the same household do not need to distance themselves from each other. Thus, parents and children can e.g. walk around holding hands, parents can carry their child across the street. On the other hand, they must all respect the two-metre distance from people who do not live with them. When parents are separated and have visitation and accommodation rights and alternate custody of their children, they are not bound by the travel restrictions for the public. This applies to the duration of trips from one household to another. Owners of pets, e.g. cats, dogs, horses, can travel to ensure their well-being. Thus, when these animals are not at home, they can go to the premises to take care of them. However, here again, no gathering of people is allowed, the distance of at least 2 metres must be respected. Establishments in the cultural, recreational and sports sectors, as well as restaurants and caf?s, are closed. The same applies to company canteens, except where an interpersonal distance of two metres is respected. The prohibition does not apply to take-away, drive-in and home delivery services. The prohibition does not apply to hotels. However, hotel restaurants and bars, with the exception of room service and take-out, are closed

International movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 August 2020 to 31 December 2020

Since 14 August 2020, the Luxembourg State offers residents the possibility to undergo a free test upon their return from a journey abroad. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the ban on the entry of third-country nationals into the territory of Luxembourg is valid until 31 December 2020. Furthermore, the following persons are currently authorised to enter the territory of Luxembourg, eg. third-country nationals who have long-term resident status as well as any other persons with a right of residence or holding a national long-term visa issued by an EU Member State or a Schengen country;


The general population was recommended to stay at home and isolate. Traffic on public roads is restricted to the following activities: purchase of food; pharmaceuticals and basic necessities; visit of health services; travel to the workplace of professional or commercial activity; assistance and care for the elderly; minors; dependent people; disabled people or particularly vulnerable people; travel to financial and insurance institutions in the event of an emergency; due to a case of force majeure or a situation of necessity. Short individual walks outside of the home are allowed provided that an interpersonal distance of 2 metres is respected. Gatherings are prohibited. Compliance with the rules will be monitored by the police. Failure to do so is punishable by fines and imprisonment.