Luxembourg requires all passengers to produce a negative COVID-19 test before boarding the plane.

Luxembourg announced on the 25th that it will further strengthen immigration control.

From January 29 to February 28, all people who stay abroad for more than 72 hours must produce a negative test for COVID-19 before boarding to Luxembourg.

Both nucleic acid detection and rapid antigen detection are recognized.

At a press conference held on the same day (25th), Luxembourg Prime Minister Bertel said that people who need to work across the border and who arrive in Luxembourg by train or by car are not subject to the above rules.

In addition, people who refuse to be tested for COVID-19 before boarding the plane or after arriving in Luxembourg must be self-quarantined.