En De
Total doses
given
1.3M
People fully
vaccinated
462.3K
% Fully
vaccinated
72.83%
Masks
Mask is required in certain indoor areas
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): PCR / LFT
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Public Place:

20.04.2022

Government recommends people aged over 65 and vulnerable people to go shopping outside of peak hours; if possible; delay non-necessary travels; avoid large events and gathering spaces; confined spaces; large crowds (at cinemas; concert halls; sports venues) and places where a security distance of at least 1 to 2 metres cannot be kept and avoid public transportation as much as possible. People over 65 or those who already suffer from one of the diseases listed below are at an increased risk of developing severe complications. The diseases concerned are: Diabetes; Cardiovascular illnesses; Chronic respiratory diseases; The cancer; Immune weakness due to illness or therapy; For these people; the following recommendations apply: Run errands outside of rush hour; if possible Postpone unnecessary trips; Avoid mass events and places where a large number of people gather (in cinemas; concert halls; sports arenas) /and where it is not possible to maintain a safety distance of 1 to 2 meters; Avoid public transport as much as possible - Measure will persist at least until 11 May; 26/06/2020: People considered vulnerable according to the list can work; but employers are required to protect them particularly in the workplace; for example by keeping them as far away as possible from other employees.

30.03.2022

On 11 Jan gyms and fitness centers can reopen; but sports facilities like swimming pools will stay closed. ; Sports activities carried out in groups of more than 4 people may be practiced provided that there is a physical distance of at least 2 meters between the different sports participants and a surface area of 10m2 per person. ; 22/06/2021: Indoor and outdoor sports facilities re-open to the public. Sports and physical fitness activities are allowed but under certain conditions: a) sports activities carried out individually or with a maximum of 10 people can be practiced without the obligation to wear a mask or to maintain a physical distance of 2 meters from each other b) sports activities carried out in groups of more than 10 people may be practiced; provided that there is a physical distance of at least 2 meters between the participants of the different sport or that a mask is worn c) sports facilities must have a surface area of 10 m2 per person practicing a sporting activity. In order to participate in sports competitions; each athlete and coach must present a rapid antigen test performed on-site; with a negative result. People who have been vaccinated; recovered or tested negative are exempted from such a test; 16/07/2021: Sports and physical fitness activities are allowed; but under certain conditions: a) sports activities carried out individually or with a maximum of 10 people can be practised without the obligation to wear a mask or to maintain a physical distance of 2 metres from each other b) sports activities carried out in groups of more than 10 people may be practised; provided that there is a physical distance of at least 2 metres between the different sports participants or that a mask is worn c) sports facilities must have a surface area of 10m2 per person practising a sporting activity or CovidCheck; 30/12/2021: sports activities carried out in a group of more than 10 people is subject to the mandatory CovidCheck plus ('2G+') system. Thus; the CovidCheck (2G) system (vaccinated or recovered) is supplemented by the obligation for people (who have reached the age of 12 years and 2 months) and have not received a booster vaccination to either perform a self-diagnostic test for SARS-CoV-2 on site or to present the result of a NAAT test (PCR; TMA or LAMP methods) or to present a valid certified SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen test; 11/02/2022: 11/02/2022: The 2G+ system is replaced by the 3G system in gyms; if the number of people in the group exceeds 10. Access is restricted to fully vaccinated; recovered and unvaccinated/non-recovered persons with a valid negative PCR test or a certified SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen test; 11/03/2022: health measures related to COVID-19 repealed.

30.03.2022

All restaurants cafes indoor and outdoor open. 4 people at a table indoors. On the terrace; each table can only accommodate a maximum of 10 people. Tables should be separated by a distance of at least 1.5 meters. The wearing of a mask is compulsory for the customer when not seated at the table and for the staff in direct contact with the customers; 28/10/2021: the CovidCheck regime is mandatory in the interior. Customers and all staff of the establishments concerned must comply with the obligations arising from this regime and present either a certificate of vaccination; a certificate of recovery or a COVID test certificate indicating a negative result. The terraces of restaurants; cafes or bars are not automatically subject to the CovidCheck regime; 19/11/2021: If the terrace of a restaurant; café or bar is not subject to the CovidCheck regime; each table can only accommodate a maximum of 10 people; unless the people are part of the same household or cohabit; 24/12/2021: Restaurants and cafes are subject to the CovidCheck Plus ('2G+') system (vaccinated or recovered plus test or booster). Clients who have reached the age of 12 years and 2 months must present a certificate of vaccination or recovery and either perform a self-diagnostic test for SARS-CoV-2 on site or present a valid NAAT or certified SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen test. The customer is exempt from the testing requirement if he or she has already received the booster vaccination. This applies to both indoor and outdoor use. The staff or manager of such an establishment are subject to the '3G' system (vaccinated; recovered or tested). Unlike customers; they can use a test certificate to gain access to the establishment and they do not have to perform a test on site. Restaurants and cafés must close at 11pm; 11/02/2022: The 2G+ system is replaced by the 3G system. Access to horeca is restricted to fully vaccinated; recovered and unvaccinated/non-recovered persons with a valid negative PCR test or a certified SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen test. Also; the 11pm closing time for restaurants and cafés is abolished; 11/03/2022: health measures related to COVID-19 repealed.

30.03.2022

Wearing a mask is compulsory at all times in public transport; with the exception of the driver if a distance of two metres can be respected; or if a partition separates him from the passengers. The front door of the bus remains closed. Travellers are requested to get on and off the bus by using the back doors. The first row of seats must remain unoccupied as far as possible.

30.03.2022

11/03/2022: mask wearing is now only mandatory in public transport and in structures for the elderly and other care structures.

30.03.2022

Prohibition of visits to hospitalized patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infection except under exceptional circumstances which need to be supported by medical advice; i.e. End of life situations or significant psychological distress. For visiting relatives admitted for another reasons; a maximum of 2 visits per day are allowed; each for a maximum of one hour; 11/03/2022: Wearing a mask is compulsory in structures for the elderly and other care structures. For staff; external service providers and visitors to accommodation structures for the elderly and other care structures; the CovidCheck 3G regime applies. From the age of 12 years and 2 months; to be able to access a hospital establishment; you must present a certificate of vaccination; recovery; contraindication to vaccination or COVID-19 test whose result is negative.

30.03.2022

Entry to discos etc. limited to 300 people and CovidCheck certificate is required. For more than 300 people: Application to the Health Directorate is required. After 01:00; those who have not yet been vaccinated or are not recovered; need a PCR test (less than 72 hours old) or a certified rapid antigen test (less than 48 hours old). The cultural institutions are open to the public. The rules applicable to these establishments are the subject of specific recommendations and guidelines from the Ministry of Culture. The practice of music activities is allowed without the obligation of physical distance and wearing a mask; provided that it is carried out individually or in a group of 10 people at most. A maximum of 50 people may gather to perform a musical activity simultaneously in an establishment hosting music ensembles or in the open air; provided that a physical distance of at least 2 metres is maintained at all times between the various musical actors; 19/11/2021: the rules on gatherings apply also for clubs; discos; concerts etc.: Any gathering exceeding 2;000 people is prohibited. Any gathering between 11 and up to 50 people inclusive is subject to the condition that people wear a mask and observe a minimum distance of 2 meters. For gatherings between 51 people and 2;000 people; the assignment of a seat must also be observed. Gatherings between 11 and 2;000 people can take place under the CovidCheck regime; Gatherings of more than 2;000 people are prohibited; except if they are the subject of a health protocol accepted in advance by the Department of Health; which decides on the health measures that must be observed; 30/12/2021: The practice of cultural activities is allowed without the obligation of physical distance and wearing a mask; provided that it is carried out individually or in a group of 10 people at most. If there are more than 10 people engaged in a cultural activity at the same time; the CovidCheck Plus system 2G+ (vaccinated or recovered plus test or booster) applies.; 11/02/2022: The 2G+ system is replaced by the 3G system. Access to events; gatherings and establishments is therefore restricted to Fully vaccinated; Recovered and Unvaccinated/non-recovered persons with a valid negative PCR test certificate or a certified SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen test. For gatherings: a) up to 10 people; there are no restrictions b) between 11 and 50 people; wearing a mask and a 2-meter distance are compulsory c) between 51 and 200 people; wearing a mask; being seated and a 2-meter distance are compulsory c)between 201 and 2;000 people; are subject to the CovidCheck system d) over 2;000 people; 11/03/2022: health measures related to COVID-19 repealed.

30.03.2022

Resumption of activities will be accompanied by very strict barrier gestures and complemented by the mandatory wearing of a mask or any other device that covers the nose and mouth for interpersonal contact situations if the safety distance of 2 metres cannot be guaranteed; 20/04/2020: compulsory to wear face protection in public spaces (streets; transport; etc.); 15/06/2020: Limitations on physical distance and wearing of face masks lifted for schoolyards. Mask still mandatory in transportation; public spaces; 24/06/2021: Wearing a mask is mandatory: a) in all circumstances for activities open to a circulating public and which are taking place in a closed space (e.g. in administrations open to the public; shops and supermarkets) b) in public transport c) for any gathering of more than 20 people included; 16/07/2021: Masks must be worn in in public transport; in public buildings and in shops. In addition to wearing a mask; a physical distance of at least 2 metres is compulsory for gatherings of 11 people and more. The obligation of wearing a mask and maintaining a physical distance of at least 2 metres does not apply to people who are part of the same household or who live together; nor to groups of people consisting of up to 4 people; 12/08/2020: Face masks (any protection covering nose and mouth) are mandatory when the social distance of 2 m cannot be respected (for people not living under the same roof); in places open to the public and on public transport; 22/09/2020: 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). Exceptions: When an activity cannot be performed because of the mask (in this case; the organiser must put in place other sanitary measures); Children under 6 years of age; Persons with disabilities; who are exempted from the obligation to wear a mask; Persons carrying out cultural or sports activities; 28/10/2020: For activities that welcome the public; on public transport; for any gathering of more than 4 people; in a closed space or open-air; except at home; for any gathering from 10 and up to 100 people; the obligation of being seated while observing a minimum distance of two meters is added; 16/07/2021: Masks must be worn in public transport; in public buildings and in shops. In addition to wearing a mask; a physical distance of at least 2 metres is compulsory for gatherings of 11 people and more. The obligation of wearing a mask and maintaining a physical distance of at least 2 metres does not apply to people who are part of the same household or who live together; nor to groups of people consisting of up to 4 people; 28/10/2021: Mask also compulsory for any gathering of more than 10 people; 19/11/2021: The wearing of masks is mandatory: a) in all circumstances for activities open to the public which circulate and which take place in a closed place (e.g. in administrations open to the public; shops and supermarkets) except for activities which take place under the CovidCheck regime b) in public transport c) for any gathering of more than 10 people. In addition to wearing a mask; physical distancing of at least 2 meters is mandatory for any gathering of 11 people or more; 03/01/2022: Wearing a mask is compulsory for school activities; including extracurricular and extracurricular activities when these take place indoors and also during all traffic in the school building. This obligation applies to teaching and non-teaching staff as well as students from cycle 2 of basic education or from the corresponding level of education in private educational establishments.; 11/03/2022: mask wearing no longer mandatory aide from in public transport.

03.03.2022

Further lifting of gathering restrictions (10 people); 22/06/2021: private gatherings at home or during private events; in a closed or open-air venue are limited to the following people: a) people of the same household or b) who live together or c) who are in the home when exercising their visitation and accommodation rights or in the context of alternating residences; and d) a maximum of 10 visitors from different households or all members of a single other household or any members of the same cohabitation; 16/07/2021: If you invite more than 10 people who do not belong to the same household; the CovidCheck system can be applied. The event must be registered with the Health Directorate; 19/11/2021: In the event of a private party with up to 10 people invited; there are no restrictions or sanitary measures to be observed. From 11 people; it will be necessary to wear a mask and respect an interpersonal distance of 2 meters; and from 51 people; the assignment of seats is compulsory. Private gatherings at home can be organized under the CovidCheck regime notified in advance. In this case; the scheme must be notified for gatherings; but does not need to be visibly displayed; 05/01/2022: For gatherings of up to 10 people; there are no restrictions or health measures to be observed. For gatherings of 11 to 20 people (inclusive); masks and a physical distance of 2 metres between people are mandatory; or the CovidCheck 2G system (vaccinated or recovered) applies. Exception: the same rules apply for private gatherings at home of between 11 and 20 people (inclusive). However; if masking and physical distancing are not desired; the CovidCheck 3G system (vaccinated; recovered or tested) will apply instead of the 2G system. Gatherings of between 21 and 200 people (inclusive) must be organised under the CovidCheck 2G+ system (vaccinated or recovered plus test or booster). People who do not wish to be tested can only participate in the event if they wear a mask; respect the physical distance of 2 metres and are seated; 11/02/2022: no restrictions on gatherings or events in private home.

03.03.2022

Gatherings of more than 200 people are prohibited; unless they are subject to a health protocol accepted in advance by the Health Directorate; which determines the health measures to be observed; 11/02/2022: The 2G+ system is replaced by the 3G system. Access to events; gatherings and establishments is therefore restricted to Fully vaccinated; Recovered and Unvaccinated/non-recovered persons with a valid negative PCR test certificate or a certified SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen test. For gatherings: a) up to 10 people; there are no restrictions b) between 11 and 50 people; wearing a mask and a 2-meter distance are compulsory c) between 51 and 200 people; wearing a mask; being seated and a 2-meter distance are compulsory c) between 201 and 2;000 people; are subject to the CovidCheck system d) over 2;000 people; gatherings are authorised provided they are subject to a health protocol by the Health Directorate.

03.03.2022

Non-essential shops are open but must ensure special hygiene conditions (e.g. one person for 10 sq.m.). Wearing a mask is mandatory.

12.01.2022

Any gathering exceeding 300 people is prohibited. However; events up to 2000 people are allowed; provided that they are subject to a health protocol accepted in advance by the Health Directorate; which defines the health measures that must be observed. This applies to libraries; open-air museums; zoos; galleries and parks; 28/10/2021: Any gathering exceeding 2;000 people is prohibited. Any gathering between 11 and up to 50 people inclusive is subject to the condition that people wear a mask and observe a minimum distance of 2 meters. For gatherings between 51 people and 2;000 people; the assignment of a seat must also be observed. Gatherings between 11 and 2;000 people can take place under the CovidCheck regime; 19/11/2021: Gatherings of more than 2;000 people are prohibited; except if they are the subject of a health protocol accepted in advance by the Department of Health; which decides on the health measures that must be observed.

25.11.2021

Update 15 Dec 2020: Extended to 15 January 2020 --> Although shops remain open; some other establishments are closed. These are: Cinemas; Physical exercise facilities (such as gyms and fitness or wellness centres); Amusement parks and theme parks; Indoor games and entertainment rooms; Casinos; Fairs and exhibitions. # Update 12 January 2021: Theatre and cinemas reopen; but masks must be worn at all times. Maximum 100 people.

16.07.2021

Restaurants; cafes; cinemas; indoor playgrounds; and gyms will close. Take-away is allowed.

16.07.2021

The maximum number of people that can be received at home; whether indoors or outdoors; is limited to 4. # Update 26.11.2020: Households will be able to meet with no more than two people outside the household (including children). Private gatherings at home or during private events; in a closed or open-air venue are limited to the following people: people of the same household; or who live together; or who are in the home when exercising their visitation and accommodation rights or in the context of alternating residences; and a maximum of two visitors who are also part of the same household. # Update 15.12.2020: Extension until 15 January. Each household cannot accommodate more than two people from the same household in its home. # Update 12.01.2021: Each household cannot accommodate more than two people from the same household in a closed or open-air venue. Public gatherings indoors or outdoors of max. 5-10 persons: people must respect a distance of 2m and wear a mask.

16.07.2021

No gatherings >100 people: Any gathering exceeding 100 people is prohibited. Any gathering of more than 4 and up to and including 10 people is subject to the condition that the people wear masks and observe a minimum distance of 2 metres. Any gatherings involving between 11 and 100 people included is subject to the condition that the persons wear masks and are assigned seats by observing a minimum distance of 2 metres. Wearing a mask is also compulsory for the staff and for participants when they are not seated. (Exceptions apply e.g. to cultural and sports actors when carrying out their activities; and to persons participating in school activities. Seating is not mandatory for demonstrations; fairs; exhibitions; and markets where the public circulates).

16.07.2021

No gatherings >100 people: Any gathering exceeding 100 people is prohibited. Any gathering of more than 4 and up to and including 10 people is subject to the condition that the people wear masks and observe a minimum distance of 2 metres. Any gatherings involving between 11 and 100 people included is subject to the condition that the persons wear masks and are assigned seats by observing a minimum distance of 2 metres. Wearing a mask is also compulsory for the staff and for participants when they are not seated. (Exceptions apply e.g. to cultural and sports actors when carrying out their activities; and to persons participating in school activities. Seating is not mandatory for demonstrations; fairs; exhibitions; and markets where the public circulates).

16.07.2021

Reopen for cultural events and sport; gathering up to 150 people allowed; measures required (masks).

19.04.2021

Restaurants and Cafes closed except pick up service

19.04.2021

Limitation of customers per square meter: Any commercial operation with a sales area equal to or greater than 400 square meters is subject to a limitation of 1 customer per 10 square meters. 11 Jan: reopening of non-essential stores; which may allow only one customer per 10m2 of space; or 2 clients for surfaces less than 20m2.

19.04.2021

Luxembourg to ease COVID-19 restrictions on restaurants from April 7; all other controls remain unchanged. TIMEFRAME expected from 4/5/2021; 8:16 PM until 5/7/2021; 11:59 PM (UTC). Reopening under special hygiene conditions and only outside

11.02.2021

Distribution of surgical masks to the entire population and to the services of municipalities and similar entities.

15.01.2021

Due to infection levels remaining high in Luxembourg; new measures will come into effect on Thursday; November 26. As part of the new measures; restaurants; cafes; cinemas; indoor playgrounds; and gyms will close for three weeks. Furthermore; the current curfew will be extended to December 15 and households will be able to meet with no more than two people outside the household (including children). Update 15 dec 2020: Extension up to 15 January. # Update 12 January: re-opening of gyms. Competitions; both indoor and outdoor ones; will be allowed to resume; but without spectators. Swimming pools will also be allowed to reopen; though with a maximum of 6 people per 50-metre lane; or 3 people per 25-metre lane. Reopening of Gyms as of 11 January 2021.

18.12.2020

The closure measures which target establishments cultural; recreational; sports and HORECA sectors are absolutely necessary for public health reasons given the pathogenic and contagious nature of the virus. On May 29; repooning of theater; cinemas; concert ahhl: https://today.rtl.lu/news/luxembourg/a/1525375.html. Phase 2 starting on May 11 May: Re-opening of the National Archives; public libraries; museums and exhibition center. As of 24 June; restrictions still for: heat bath facilities (only 1 person or household); no contact during cultural activities(except for professional actors and dancers.); indoor fairs and exhibitions are still prohibited and nightclubcs must remain closed.

04.12.2020

Update 22/09/2020: Restaurant only seating is allowed;a maximum of 10 people per table (except for cohabitants); tables are separated by a distance of at least 1.5 m or; if the distance is less; by a screen or panel; customers must wear a mask while they are not seated; staff members who are in contact with customers must wear a mask; the establishment closes at midnight at the latest; the consumption at the table is compulsory (except for takeaway or delivery). Fines are in place. Measures valid up to end of September. Would extend to the end of the year. Update 29/10/2020: At restaurants; bars and cafés: Each table can only accommodate a maximum of 4 people unless the people are part of the same household or cohabit. May 2020: In restaurants; the maximum number of people at one table was increased from four to 10 persons. Outdoor terraces are open since 27 May 2020. For bars and restaurants; a distance of 1.5 metres between the tables is mandatory. If this cannot be done; customers must be separated by plexiglass screens. No more than four people may sit at the same table.

04.12.2020

#### Update from 22 Sep 2020: 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; except for: People who are cohabiting; Gatherings in restaurants; cafés; canteens and any other places providing catering. Probable extension up to end of 2020. Luxembourg has limited the number of guests at home to 10 people. There may be more than 10 people in situations where meetings are subject to the conditions of seating and a minimum distance of two meters; otherwise wearing the mask is mandatory.

23.11.2020

At least until 31st July 2020 (except for funerals and civil weddings). Update 29 may; partail lifting : up to 20 individuals indoor.

23.11.2020

March 3 and until further notice: Demonstrations in an unconfined environment bringing together more than 500 people are prohibited. At least until 31st July. Except for funerals and civil weddings.

17.11.2020

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. Wearing a mask is also compulsory for the staff and for participants when they are not seated. Exceptions apply e.g. to cultural and sports actors when carrying out their activities; and to persons participating in school activities. Seating is not mandatory for demonstrations; fairs; exhibitions; and markets where the public circulates. Cultural events such as theaters; cultural centers; concert halls; cinemas; and places of worship can accommodate the public.

17.11.2020

##### Update from 29 May 2020: Partial lifting up to 20 people indoor as of 29 May 2020. Full measure at least until 31st July 2020. Except for funerals and civil weddings. Visits of a private nature organized at home. Six people max.; in addition to the people living in the same household.

25.09.2020

Non-essential shops closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 01 June 2020 to TBD

Open, masks must be worn for all activities in closed spaces, open to the public Re-opening of shops (with exceptions). Re-opening of the National Archives, public libraries, museums and exhibition centers. After 11 May: Les activités commerciales suivantes sont interdites : la projection de films cinématographiques (à l’exception du cinéma en plein air accessible en voiture et/ou motocycle) ; les activités des centres de culture physique et similaires (centres de fitness, piscines, salles de sport, studios de danse/yoga/pilates… , salles de cours sportifs…) ; activités des parcs d’attractions et parcs à thèmes ; activités de jeux de hasard et d’argent (casinos) ; foires et salons Previously, All commercial and artisanal activities which include direct contact to costumers remain closed. This measure does not apply to commercial premises selling mainly food products,. Hotels remain open

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 31 July 2020 to TBD

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. Previously, Gatherings will remain prohibited until 31 July, except for funerals and civil weddings, which will be allowed for a maximum of 20 people and provided that an interpersonal distance of 2 metres is respected.

30.06.2020

Prohibition of visits and recommendation to avoid outings Care_home_restrictions: The recommendations of May 20; 2020 relating to visits and exits provide a framework that allows each manager to ensure that residents can receive visits and go outside the site; while putting the safety of residents at the center of priorities. On 15 June; the ministers decided to lighten the recommendations relating to visits and exits to accommodation structures for the elderly according to the new realities.

30.06.2020

The closure measures which target establishments cultural; recreational; sports and HORECA sectors are absolutely necessary for public health reasons given the pathogenic and contagious nature of the virus. From 20th April 2020; construction sites; businesses whose main activity is do-it-yourself; activities of gardeners and landscapers; educational aid and assistance activities and recycling centres can re-open and resume to work . On 11 May 2020: re-opening of shops including hairdressers and beauticians (with exceptions).

30.06.2020

The closure measures which target establishments cultural; recreational; sports and HORECA sectors are absolutely necessary for public health reasons given the pathogenic and contagious nature of the virus. On May 29; repooning of theater; cinemas; concert hall: . Phase 2 starting on May 11 May: Re-opening of the National Archives; public libraries; museums and exhibition center. As of 24 June; restrictions still for: heat bath facilities (only 1 person or household); no contact during cultural activities(except for professional actors and dancers.); indoor fairs and exhibitions are still prohibited and nightclubcs must remain closed.

30.06.2020

May 11 2020; secondary education will be resumed. The following activities will also be authorized: Visits of a private nature organized at home. Six people max.; in addition to the people living in the same household.

30.06.2020

The closure measures which target establishments cultural; recreational; sports and HORECA sectors are absolutely necessary for public health reasons given the pathogenic and contagious nature of the virus. On May 29; repooning of theater; cinemas; concert hall. Phase 2 starting on May 11 May: Re-opening of the National Archives; public libraries; museums and exhibition center. As of 24 June; restrictions still for: heat bath facilities (only 1 person or household); no contact during cultural activities(except for professional actors and dancers.); indoor fairs and exhibitions are still prohibited and nightclubcs must remain closed.

30.06.2020

The frequency of public transport has been adjusted. The first two rows in the buses are forbiden for passengers.

30.06.2020

The closure measures which target establishments cultural; recreational; sports and HORECA sectors are absolutely necessary for public health reasons given the pathogenic and contagious nature of the virus. From 20th April 2020; construction sites; businesses whose main activity is do-it-yourself; activities of gardeners and landscapers; educational aid and assistance activities and recycling centres can re-open and resume to work. On 11 May: Re-opening of shops including hairdressers and beauticians (with exceptions). Most shops are open. Last update: 31-07-2020

17.06.2020

In Phase 2 starting on May 11 May: Outdoor gatherings in a public place for a maximum number of twenty people. As of 24 June it is allowed to gather with more than 20 people if masks are worn. Gatherings will remain prohibited until 31 July; except for funerals and civil weddings; which will be allowed for a maximum of 20 people and provided that an interpersonal distance of 2 metres is respected.

17.04.2020

The closure measures which target establishments cultural; recreational; sports and Horeca sectors are absolutely necessary for public health reasons given the pathogenic and contagious nature of the virus - Reopening will be discussed after 11 May. 24 May 2020: re-opeening of cafes and restaurants.

21.03.2020

Om 9 March; the government released recommendations to call off large gatherings or public events with 1;000 people or more; as part of its efforts to stall the spread of the coronavirus.