Flights resumed at Luxembourg's airport on Friday, while a testing station was installed onsite for arrivals.

As part of the national screening strategy, the Luxembourg government has collaborated with Luxairport to launch a pilot project offering testing to passengers arriving to the Grand Duchy.

People on flights landing at Findel will receive a voucher to allow them to get tested in the medical laboratory of their choice. The vouchers are valid for several days.

Furthermore, a testing station has been installed at the airport in the Arrivals gate, allowing passengers to be tested onsite should they so wish.

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Test results will be sent electronically. In cases with positive results, passengers must observe the usual isolation procedure, and their contacts in Luxembourg will be traced. The authorities in their country of residence will also be informed.

The pilot project is initially set to last for a month and will assess the possibility of extending testing to other entry points around the country.