In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, Germany has decided to classify Luxembourg as a 'high-risk area' as of Sunday 9 January 2022 at 00.01.
Consequently, any traveller over 6 years old who enters Germany after having stayed in Luxembourg during the previous 10 days, must, whatever their means of transport, be able to present a valid health document, namely:
Non-vaccinated persons and persons who have not recovered and who are entering Germany for less than 24 hours in the context of border traffic (cross-border workers and other types of stay of less than 24 hours) must be in possession of a negative test certificate which only needs to be renewed twice a week.
A Digital Registration on Entry ('Einreiseanmeldung') must be completed before entering Germany, with the exception of:
Persons not fully vaccinated or have not recovered are subject to a quarantine obligation which can be terminated at the earliest after 5 days following the presentation of a negative test. Travel to Germany for less than 24 hours is exempt from this quarantine obligation.
Detailed information on travel to Germany can be found on the website of the German Federal Ministry of Health.
It is now possible to use MyGuichet.lu to book an appointment online with the AAA.
The Ministry of Labour, Employment and the Social and Solidarity Economy and Nyuko asbl are announcing a new call for applications for social and societal impact projects.
Do you live in Weiler-la-Tour and/or are you registered on the electoral roll? Supplementary communal elections will be held in this commune on 27 March 2022. Vote by post!