The Government proposes providing temporary free accommodation in Luxembourg in hotels, holiday homes, etc., subject to certain conditions, for employees in the health and care sectors who live in Germany, Belgium, and the 'Grand Est' region of France.
The spouse and dependent children of eligible people can also take advantage of the offer.
The employer (hospital, care establishment, retirement home, etc.) checks the eligibility of their employees according to the conditions set out above.
Each employer designates a reference person and fills in a form for the whole team, stating the names of those eligible and the length of their stay.
The document must be sent to the Luxembourg Convention Bureau by email to email@example.com.
The Luxembourg Convention Bureau then choses the place of accommodation for the persons concerned, depending on their place of work and the availability of accommodation possibilities.
The expenses are covered by the Luxembourg State subject to an invoice. The persons accommodated will not be required to pay in advance and will not be invoiced for the following services:
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