Luxembourg: The end of isolation for the United Kingdom

From Sunday, travelers from third countries arriving by plane from the United Kingdom to Luxembourg will no longer have to submit to the Govt test.

Those over the age of 12 were given strict seven-day isolation after staying in the UK for 14 days before entering Luxembourg. The move ended on Saturday and will not be renewed, the foreign and European affairs ministry and the health ministry said in a statement.

However, the UK is not yet on the list of third countries where Third Nationals can make non-essential trips to Luxembourg. The measure will remain in effect until September 30.

And at least until September 14, people over the age of 12 travel by plane from the UK to Luxembourg.

A list of all exemptions granted and the exact terms of the procedure to be followed in advance may be consulted on this page:


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