The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced the extension of the rules for entering Luxembourg by air. A helpful reminder, in this holiday period. With the adaptation: The minimum age for people who must present a certificate of vaccination, recovery or negative Covid test on board is reduced from 6 to 12 years.
From this age, permission to enter the return plane will be necessary:
Complete vaccination schedule. In Luxembourg, this is the case from “the day you received your second dose” of vaccines containing several vaccines, the Ministry of Health confirms. For single-dose vaccines, there is a 14-day shortfall. For people who have recovered and been vaccinated within 180 days of a positive result, there is also a 14-day delay after the first dose is given.
Reply certificate Established by a doctor or the national authority of a member state of the European Union or a member state of the Schengen area. It concerns people who were infected in the six months preceding their displacement, who completed the isolation period in force in the country and their symptoms disappeared.
Negative result (papier ou électronique) d’un test PCR, TMA ou LAMP réalisé moins de 72 heures avant le vol ou d’un test antigénique rapide réalisé moins de 48 heures avant le vol, par un auto laboratoire organism d’analyses oue torisé auticales for this purpose. With translation, if necessary, in one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or in English, Italian, Spanish or Portuguese.
Additional rules for India and the United Kingdom
Travelers from the UK and India, where the delta variant is traded, are subject to additional measures, extended until July 31 inclusive for the first country, and until September 14 for the second. They must take a Covid test on arrival – free of charge in Findel – regardless of transportation. In addition to observing the quarantine for a period of seven days, and conducting a second examination after the sixth day. In case of refusal, the quarantine is extended for seven days. The persons concerned are asked to announce their attendance to the Health Inspectorate at the address [email protected] or at 247-65533.
Entry rules for other countries are compiled and updated on the site
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. The idea of a full vaccination schedule, for example, may vary from place to place, with some requiring a period of 15 days after the second dose.