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  1. The Ministry of the Economy and the FNR have launched a call for proposal, in order to define a business model for the creation of Luxembourg's first bioincubator aimed at hosting private startups, public research spin-offs and innovative companies exclusively from the HealthTech sector, while fostering their interaction and collaboration with biomedical public research.

  2. The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 continues to decrease slightly, but remains at a high level, with 3.565 cases for the week of 23-29 November, compared to 3,851 cases for the previous week (-8%).

  3. The University of Luxembourg and the Ministry of the Economy announce the creation of an academic Chair in Digital Procurement. The Chair will be hosted at the University's Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance and will train Master students in the use of new technologies and computer science in procurement.

  4. The Luxembourg Programme for Dementia Prevention (pdp) is entering a new funding period. It will continue to develop in the direction of personalised prevention and help to reduce the risk of dementia in Luxembourg for people with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI).

  5. The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 continues to decrease slightly, but remains at a high level, with 3,851 cases for the week of 16 to 22 November, compared to 4,013 cases for the previous week. However, the number of contacts identified has increased significantly to 15,072, due in particular to the recent substantial reinforcement of the contact tracing team.

  6. The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 continues to decrease slightly, but remains at a high level, with 4,013 cases for the week of 26 October to 1 November, compared to 4,133 cases for the previous week.

  7. The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 has slightly decreased with 4,127 cases for the week of 2 to 8 November, compared to 4,700 cases for the previous week. The number of identified contacts remained stable at 12,582 The average age of those diagnosed as COVID-19 positive also remained stable at 41.4 years, compared to 41.2 in the previous week.

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