Luxembourg Extends COVID-19-related International Entry Restrictions

Authorities in Luxembourg have extended international entry restrictions until September 30.  The third-country nationals who are not residents of any of the European Union or Schengen Area countries will remain subject to these restrictions due to the country’s continuous attempts to prevent another outbreak of the virus within its territory.

These restrictions apply to all travel to Luxembourg, regardless of the means of transport.

Exempt from the measure remain holders of residence permits or long-term visas issued by an EU or Schengen Area country, from the measure remain holders of residence permits or long-term visas issued by an EU or Schengen Area country and travellers from countries on the EU’s list of epidemiologically safe third countries.

The list currently includes Bahrain, Chile, Colombia, Indonesia, Kuwait, New Zealand, Peru, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, and China.

The rest of the travelers habe to present proof of any of the following:

  • Certificate of vaccination against COVID-19, with one of the vaccines recognized by the country’s authorities which are BioNTech Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Janssen, Covishield, R-Covi (R-Pharm), and FIOCRUZ. The certificate must have been issued in the last nine months for those vaccinated with two doses, whereas for those vaccinated with a third or booster shot, their certificates have unlimited validity.
  • Proof of recovery from the virus in the last 180 days, but not before 11 days have passed since the person was detected as infected with the virus.

The list of the EU/Schengen Area countries that have completely lifted their COVID-19 entry restrictions.

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