More than 3,000 people gathered this Friday evening in front of the Philharmonie in Luxembourg City to oppose the government's management of the Covid crisis, which is expected to get stricter in the coming days.
The third so-called white march took place on Friday evening, with more than 3,000 people setting off from the Philharmonie to the Chamber of Deputies to send a message to the government.
Xavier Bettel, the Prime Minister, announced a tightening of measures to encourage vaccination.
From 18 October, the government will impose the CovidCheck in the catering sector, leisure activities and even in the world of work.
From 1 November onwards, home-made rapid tests will no longer be accepted. In this way, the government intends to speed up vaccination, which has slowed down in recent weeks.
When it comes to vaccination, freedom of choice must remain an untouchable fundamental value, the protestors argue. More importantly to them, children should not be involved.
The next march will take place on 29 October.