Find all of today's most important Covid developments both at home and abroad in one place.

Starting with Luxembourg

  • ALJP issued a press release on Sunday morning to denounce the behaviour of Roy Reding, MP from the Alternative Democratic Reform Party (ADR), due to his outing of a journalist's private contact details in a social media group for vaccine sceptics.

  • Minister for Internal Security Henri Kox and head of police operations Thierry Fehr addressed last night's violent protests during a press conference on Sunday morning.

  • Several politicians also reacted to the events on social media, with PM Xavier Bettel noting that "freedom of opinion does not equal a right to intimidate families". 
  • In an opinion published on RTL Today, Martin Jonsson expresses the concern that divisions will deepen before they get better.

And abroad

  • Belgian police fired water cannon on Sunday to disperse protesters opposed to compulsory health measures against the coronavirus pandemic. Some 8,000 people marched through Brussels towards the headquarters of the European Union, chanting "Freedom!" and letting off fireworks.

  • Rome today prepared for tighter rules on unvaccinated people, who will not be able to enter venues such as cinemas, restaurants, and sports events that come into force from December 6.

  • A first case of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 has been reported in Senegal, in a visitor who was leaving the country after an international meeting in capital Dakar, a research institute said.

  • Dr. Hans Kluge, director of the WHO Regional Office for Europe gave an interview for N1 in which he spoke about a current fight against coronavirus and the situation with vaccination. Dr. Kluge has warned that is necessary to continue with vaccination but also that is too late to stop another wave in Europe.
  • Thousands of demonstrators gathered in Barcelona on Saturday to protest against COVID-19 passes that are now required to enter bars, restaurants, gyms and care homes.

  • Dutch former queen Beatrix, 83, has tested positive for COVID-19, the royal information service RVD said in a statement Saturday.

  • The UK government has announced that those travelling into the country will need to show a negative coronavirus test pre-departure as it reintroduces Covid-19 restrictions due to the Omicron variant.