Last update 13.09.2021
As part of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, the Luxembourg government is organising a vaccination campaign to combat the spread of the virus.
When choosing an appointment date, the person concerned must ensure that they have not received any other vaccinations (e.g. tetanus, flu) in the previous 2 weeks. If so, they should check with their general practitioner before making an appointment.
Please note: Due to very high demand, some vaccination centres may not have any available time slots left before the code received by post expires. In this case, it is still possible to make an appointment in another one of the other vaccination centres in Luxembourg. Thank you for your understanding.
As of now, invitations for vaccination against COVID-19 are also sent to minors who are between 12 and 17 years old. These invitations are sent out to the oldest children at first and depending on the availability of the vaccines. However, depending on their state of health, minors can be listed for vaccination by their general practitioner or a medical specialist. These vulnerable children are invited as a priority.
Reminder: in order for the fight against COVID-19 to be effective, it is important to respect the barrier gestures, even for those who have been vaccinated.
The vaccination concerns:
Appointments can only be made if the invitation letter with the code has been received.
It must be noted that appointments for minors between 12 and 17 years old are booked by their parents (father or mother) or by their guardian, or, if applicable, by their general practitioner or medical specialist.
The vaccination is free of charge.
Invitations to participate in the vaccination are mailed by post to those concerned at each successive phase of the vaccination roll-out.
Persons who received an invitation will have the opportunity to undergo voluntary vaccination, using the code received by post. The code is only valid for a limited time and can no longer be used after the date specified on the invitation.
The applicant can make an appointment online using the form provided for this purpose on MyGuichet.lu.
People who are unable to make an appointment online can call the Health Hotline on (+352) 247-65533 from:
The Hotline team can help make an appointment, provided the person received an invitation (with a code) to participate in the vaccination.
When making an appointment, the applicant should namely indicate the following:
Next, the applicant selects:
The applicant receives an appointment confirmation by email after transmitting the request.
When booking an appointment for a minor between the ages of 12 and 17, a parent (father or mother) or their guardian must accompany the minor and be present on the day of the appointment.
Minors who cannot be accompanied must bring a completed authorisation to the vaccination centre, dated and signed by their legal guardian (father, mother or guardian).
People who do not have computer equipment to book an appointment, or who have questions regarding COVID-19 or vaccination, can contact the Health Hotline (Santé) at (+352) 247-65533 from:
Anyone who has been vaccinated in Luxembourg, can download and/or consult their CovidCheck Certificate online on MyGuichet.lu.
Each parent can consult and/or download the CovidCheck Certificates of their minor children who are registered at the same address as they are.
The CovidCheck Certificate available in the private eSpace on MyGuichet.lu contains a secure QR code that allows to check the authenticity and validity of the certificates. This QR code can be scanned with:
The information note on data protection, which explains how personal data is processed in the context of the Large Scale Testing, can be consulted here in: