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.