End of isolation for those coming from the UK

End of isolation for those coming from the UK

People over the age of 12 from the UK must submit only one of three documents: a full vaccination certificate, a certificate valid for six months, or a negative test.

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Henrik de Burgo

People over the age of 12 from the UK must submit only one of three documents: a full vaccination certificate, a certificate valid for six months, or a negative test.

The mandatory seven-day isolation in Luxembourg for those coming from the UK ended last Saturday.

The government said in a statement that the move would apply to anyone over the age of 12 who had stayed in the UK for 14 days before arriving, last Saturday, 31 July.

In addition to the seven-day isolation, it is mandatory to undergo a second PCR test in Luxembourg on the sixth day, and they must declare their presence for a health examination.

Now, people over the age of 12 from the UK have to submit only one of three documents: a full vaccination certificate, a six-month validity certificate or a negative test, a 72-hour valid PCR or less than 48 hours of antigen. The measure will remain in effect until September 14.

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