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Following the suspension of activities in the sports medicine centres in the context of the fight against COVID-19, we would like to inform athletes that the sports medical examinations will partially resume.
In a first phase, from 13 July 2020 to 11 September 2020, the sports medical examinations will resume in:
Sports medical examinations will of course take place in compliance with the health and safety conditions imposed by the current circumstances.
Given that the validity of the periodic examinations has been extended for the athletes in question until 31 December 2021, priority will be given to athletes applying for the issue of a first licence.
Institut national des sports (INS)
66, rue de Trèves
21, rue Henri Tudor
20, route du Vin
École Nic Welter, entrance on the side of square Princesse Marie-Astrid
14, place de l'Église
Since 8 July 2020, appointments for the 4 regional sports medical examination centres can be made by telephone on working days from 08.00 to 17.00 with the staff of the Ministry of Sport by dialing:
Dr. Susanne Scheer-Behn
9, rue de la Fontaine
Phone: 95 79 79
Dr. Simon Pierre
Phone: 99 73 77
The Ministry of Family, Integration and the Greater Region has decided to extend the "leave for family support".
The Luxembourg government offers employees in the health and care sector temporary accommodation free of charge in Luxembourg.
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) invites to an online information session entitled "Environmental Impacts of Selective vs. Conventional Deconstruction - The Case of the Jean Monnet 1 Building" on 26 November 2020.