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From 1 July 2021, access to short-time work is again defined according to the legal provisions of the Labour Code.
Vaccination against COVID-19 is now open to minors aged between 12 and 17 years. Vaccination invitation letters are sent to minors according to their age, state of health and availability of vaccines.
Parents can now view and/or download the CovidCheck Certificates of their minor children registered at their address.
The Chamber of Commerce is organising a series of webinars during the month of July to support businesses in their development.
In July 2021, the Chamber of Skilled Trades and Crafts is organising a number of events relating to the master craftsman's certificate. These events are free of charge, but subject to prior registration.
The calendar of school holidays has been updated.
It is now possible to make an appointment for a PCR test without first receiving an invitation with a code.
Registration on the waiting list for vaccination against COVID-19 with remaining vaccine doses is now open.
Le ministère de la Santé et le ministère de l’Agriculture, de la Viticulture et du Développement rural invitent les exploitants agricoles ou viticoles à demander des auto-tests antigéniques (tests rapides) gratuits pour leurs travailleurs saisonniers.
The tax agreement between France and Luxembourg concerning telework has been extended until 30 September 2021.
In the context of telework due to the COVID-19 crisis, Luxembourg and France have extended the derogation period concerning the social security legislation until 31 September 2021 inclusive.
Doctors, pharmacists and certain other healthcare professionals can now generate, via MyGuichet.lu, CovidCheck Certificates for their tested patients in case of a negative rapid antigen test for COVID-19.
In the context of telework due to the Covid-19 crisis, Luxembourg and Belgium are extending the derogation period concerning social security legislation until 31 December 2021 inclusive.
The tax agreement between Belgium and Luxembourg concerning telework has been extended until 30 September 2021.
On 14 and 16 June 2021, the INFPC is organising, in collaboration with the MENEJ, 2 information sessions dedicated to training aid measures for individuals.