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Due to the rapid increase in COVID-19 infections in China since December 2022, epidemiological surveillance is being increased for all travel from China from 9 January 2023 to 5 February 2023 inclusive.
Anyone who has been in China during the 14 days preceding their arrival in Luxembourg must declare their presence to the Health Inspection Department (by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: (+352) 247-65533).
This obligation applies independently of the duration of the stay in China and Luxembourg, regardless of the means of transport used to travel to Luxembourg. It does not concern:
Individuals concerned will be invited at random to undergo a free screening test (salivary or nasopharyngeal). Positive samples are analysed by the National Health Laboratory (LNS) to determine the viral variant.
The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs currently advises against non-essential travel to China.
Travellers to and from China can consult the Health Directorate's recommendations on the following website: https://covid19.public.lu/en/voyageurs/voyager-chine.html.
Platform operators must register with the Luxembourg Inland Revenue (ACD) online via MyGuichet.lu.
As of 1 July 2023, German cross-border commuters will be able to remain affiliated to Luxembourg social security if they work less than 50% of their actual working time from their country of residence.
In order to determine whether development work may have an impact on archeological heritage, the project owner must submit a request for an archaeological assessment of the planned work.