The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 has increased from 2,373 to 2,699 cases (+14%) for the week of 29 November to 5 December.
The CovidCheck.lu app has been adapted in view of the new anti-COVID measures announced by the Government in the fight against the pandemic. Users can now familiarise themselves with this new version of the app.
The agreement on telework concluded with Germany due to the COVID 19 pandemic will remain applicable at least until March 31 2022, the competent authorities from Luxembourg and Germany decided.
The system in place for monitoring COVID-19 in Luxembourg is continuously adapted to produce indicators that reflect the evolution of the epidemic in real time.
The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs wishes to inform that the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has acted on the recent decisions to modify Recommendation (EU) 2020/912 on the temporary restriction on non-essential travel into the EU and the possible lifting of such restriction.
In the context of a large shipment of vaccines announced for next week and in order to offer all those concerned by a COVID-19 booster vaccine ("booster" or "3rd dose") an additional opportunity to get vaccinated, the Government is working on the temporary re-opening of a fourth vaccination centre.