The government has published a series of specific information and measures for companies to be found here: gouvernement.lu
- Business – operation
- Impact on the employment relationship with employees
- Special leave for family reasons – A new form for family-related leave is available and applicable from May 25, 2020. All the details are on guichet.lu and in the grand-ducal regulation of May 20, 2020 derogating from the provisions of articles L. 234-51 and L.234-53 of the Labor Code.
- Cross-border employees
- Germany: Exceptional tax measure between Luxembourg and Germany concerning telework by cross-border workers
- France: Certificate for French commuters (Certificat prouvant la nécessité de traverser la frontière pour les travailleurs frontaliers résidant en France) to demonstrate the need to cross the border between France and Luxembourg; documents requested by the French governemnt (attestation de déplacement international dérogatoire, justificatif de déplacement professionnel, attestation de déplacement); exceptional tax measure between Luxembourg and France concerning telework by cross-border workers
- Belgium: Certificate for Belgian commuters (Certificat prouvant la nécessité de traverser la frontière pour les travailleurs frontaliers résidant en Belgique) to demonstrate the need to cross the border between Belgium and Luxembourg; exceptional tax measure between Luxembourg and Belgium concerning telework by cross-border workers
- Support for businesses – Tax Measures to Support Businesses; measures at the level of social contributions
- Short-time work – hotline 8002 9191; new simplified measures for businesses; deadlines and procedures
- Retail trade
For all other questions related to COVID-19, please consult the websites of the Government www.covid19.lu, of the Ministry of Health www.gouvernement.lu/coronavirus, the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) www.ecdc.eu or the World Health Organization (WHO) www.who.int.
Latest update: 19 June 2020
The same precautions should be taken as for any other respiratory infection.
- Most importantly: wash your hands regularly and properly. The best way to wash your hands is illustrated online at www.sante.lu
- Do you cough or sneeze? Do it in a tissue or in the crease of the elbow. Throw the tissue in a bin with a lid.
- Avoid shaking hands or kissing.
- Avoid close contact with sick people (keep a distance of at least 2 meters).
- Avoid touching your face with your hands as much as possible.