The German Robert Koch Institute has once again decided to classify the Grand Duchy as a “high-risk zone”.
This means that everyone who is not vaccinated or recovered will have to quarantine for ten days when travelling from Luxembourg to Germany. The quarantine period can be abandoned after five days with a negative test result.
Travellers who stay in Germany for fewer than 24 hours will be exempt from the new regulation. Furthermore, the 3G system will be in place. However, aside from air travel, no systematic checks are to be expected.
At the moment, Germany has classified close to every second country in the world as a coronavirus high-risk zone.