Luxembourg Now Accepts COVID-19 Vaccination Passports Issued by Moldova, Georgia, New Zealand & Serbia

All people who have completed the vaccination process against the Coronavirus and have a valid vaccination certificate issued by the authorities of Moldova, Georgia, New Zealand and Serbia will be allowed to enter Luxembourg without additional entry requirements, as the authorities of the latter decided to recognize these certificates since November 16.

This decision means that travelers from the aforementioned regions are now allowed to enter the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, even for non-essential purposes such as tourism, TheSchengen.com reports.

The authorities in Luxembourg made it clear that the list of countries whose residents are entitled to enter this area, including for non-essential purposes, has not changed.

In addition, the Luxembourg government previously announced that along with the vaccination certificate issued by the European Union and the countries of the Schengen area, the country also recognizes the following certificates as valid evidence of immunity to the Coronavirus.

Albania Andorra Armenia USA Georgia Faroe Islands Israel Morocco Moldova Monaco New Zealand Panama North Macedonia United Kingdom San Marino Serbia Turkey Ukraine Vatican

The authorities in Luxembourg have also clarified that people between the ages of 12 and 2 months will be required to present the following documents upon boarding:

A valid vaccination certificate showing that the person has completed the vaccination process for people who have recently been infected with the virus and have completed the mandatory quarantine requirements; Vaccination certificate prepared negative PCR test result, lasting no more than 72 hours, or negative antigen test result, no longer than 48 hours

Authorities in Luxembourg have constantly tried to make travel easier amid the ongoing pandemic.

In September, the Luxembourg government scrapped the mandatory quarantine requirement for travelers from India after confirming that the latter’s COVID-19 case allowed such a decision.

More than 84,730 people have tested positive for the coronavirus and its new strains in Luxembourg since the beginning of the pandemic, while a total of 859 people have died during the same period, based on figures provided by the World Health Organization.

Data provided by the World Health Organization also shows that Luxembourg recorded a total of 50 new cases in the past 24 hours, while one death linked to COVID-19 was reported during the same period.

Due to the recent increase in the number of COVID-19 infections, authorities in the US have urged their nationals to avoid travel to Luxembourg, with the US State Department issuing “Level IV: Do not travel” advice in Luxembourg as well as the Netherlands.

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