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Mask is required in certain indoor areas
COVID-19 test
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Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
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



Quarantine/ self-isolation required.

If you’re fully vaccinated, you can enter Luxembourg without needing to test or quarantine. You will be required to show proof of vaccination and will need to complete a passenger locator form before arrival.


Recommended; for 7 days after the potentially infecting contact: a) to avoid contact with vulnerable people b) to limit contacts (avoid parties and gatherings); c) to wear a mask during this period; if possible an FFP2 mask; d) to test yourself regularly.


Auto-quarantine: Any person who has been in direct or close contact (<2m; more than 15 minutes) with a confirmed case of infection shall self-quarantine at home for 7 days; followed by a 7-day period of self-surveillance (resumption of normal activities; but monitoring body temperature twice a day; or coughing; difficulty breathing). On 19 July 2020; in response to the upsurge in the number of people infected with the coronavirus; the Government Council adopted the draft law amending the law of 17 July 2020 introducing a series of measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic: adaptation of the number of people to 10; from which gatherings are subject to the conditions of seating and a minimum distance of two metres; otherwise the wearing of a mask is compulsory; customers can face fines for not wearing masks.; 19/07/2020: sanction if non-compliance with isolation or quarantine measures with a fine of 25 to 500 euros.; 22/10/2020 about auto-quarantine: It is recommended that anyone with a positive test self-inform their high-risk contacts so that these people (contacts) self-quarantine. High risk contact is defined as: 1) contact of more than 15 minutes; within 2 meters; without proper mask wearing; occurring within the time period from 48 hours before the first symptoms; respectively; from the date of test collection if no symptoms. The Health Inspectorate will continue to systematically call contacts at high risk for infections in a family setting (highest risk of transmission because in the family setting the fewest preventive measures are taken) and will; as in the past; issue a prescription for quarantine which; if necessary; can be worth a certificate of incapacity for work (CIT); as well as a prescription for a COVID-19 PCR test on day 6 after the potentially infectious contact. These people should stay at home for 7 days from the last contact with the infected person. The Health Inspectorate will provide them with a work stoppage certificate if necessary. During this period; unprotected contact should be avoided with other people; 11/02/2022: Quarantines related to contact cases is abolished.


Communication about the case definition and procedures to manage suspected cases; 22/10/2020: 1) Self-isolation or isolation applies to people who have a confirmed infection with COVID-19. They must self-isolate at home and people living under the same roof and intimate relationships must quarantine for a period of 7 days. This measure is intended to prevent the infected person; who is contagious; from transmitting the infection to those around him. 2) Isolation is prescribed by the doctor for a minimum of 10 days after the onset of symptoms. During this period of home confinement; all contact with other people should be avoided and a surgical mask should be worn whenever she is in the presence of other people; 12/01/2022: The maximum duration of isolation is 10 days for people who do not have a complete vaccination schedule or recovery certificate (both not older than 180 days); or a booster vaccination. If infected people are vaccinated; recovered form previous infection or received a booster vaccination; the maximum duration of isolation is reduced to 6 days; provided that the concerned people carry out 2 rapid antigenic test on days 5 and 6 of isolation and that the result is negative each time; 11/02/2022: In the case of isolation; the 10-day period can be shortened if the infected person performs 2 rapid antigen SARS-CoV-2 tests within 24 hours of each other with negative results. This new duration of isolation applies to all persons; regardless of their vaccination status.


If you test positive for COVID-19: self-isolate and notify the people with whom you have been in close contact over the last 2 days. You need to follow a different procedure for reporting your result; depending on the type of testing [antigen self-test (Schnelltest) or PCR/certified antigen test]. If you were in high-risk contact with a COVID-19 positive person: a) you will receive a prescription by email to perform a PCR test 6 days after the last contact with the positive person b) If you are not vaccinated or recovered; you will also receive a quarantine order. The quarantine ends on the 7th day; provided that a PCR test has been carried out on the 6th day after the last contact; and that this test is negative. For 7 days after quarantine; consider self-monitoring and wear a mask when in contact with other people c) Should symptoms appear during your quarantine period or even after a negative test; you should immediately test and self-isolate without delay d) Further reduce social contact; observe protective measures and; if possible; work from home until your PCR test result is negative e) If you test positive; please follow the procedure above; 25/02/2022: No contact by the Contact Tracing team if one is a close contact. After the contact it is recommended that for a period of 7 days to avoid contact with vulnerable people; ; wear a mask during this period and get tested regularly. Recommendation to carry out self-tests for 5 days following the last contact.


Any person 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 a COVID-19 test (PCR; TMA or LAMP[1] methods) as soon as possible by indicating to the medical analysis laboratory that he or she has stayed in one or more of these countries. This obligation applies to any person who has stayed in one of the aforementioned countries in the 14 days preceding their arrival; regardless of the duration of the stay in one of these countries and in Luxembourg; and regardless of the means of transport. Upon arrival in Luxembourg; the persons concerned are placed in strict quarantine for 7 days with the obligation to undergo a second nucleic acid amplification tests of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (PCR; TMA or LAMP methods) from the 6th day of quarantine. In the event of refusal to submit to the test on arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period; the quarantine will be extended for a further 7 days; bringing the total duration to 14 days. Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533); which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing; 16/12/2021: the measure is extended until January 14 2022.


all people coming from India the last 14 days have to undergo a Covid 19 Test (PCR or Rapid Antigen test).; 01/05/2021 All people arriving after the 1 of May have to go mandatory in quarantine for 7 days with the possibility on free testing on day 6. Every traveller has to show a negative test certificate entering Luxembourg


No quarantine/ self-isolation required.

Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

Upon arrival in the Grand Duchy, any person who stayed in India are placed in strict quarantine for 7 days with the obligation to undergo a second COVID-19 test from the 6th day of quarantine.

In the event of refusal to submit to the test on arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for a further 7 days, bringing the total duration to 14 days.