At least 31,111 cases of COVID-19 cases have been confirmed, including 273 fatalities. Status "outbreak". See the government coronavirus website
24 November: An increase in cases and deaths have been recorded. Media sources are reporting that bars, restaurants and cinemas will be closed from Thursday, 26 November for three weeks while shops, art galleries, and museums will remain open.
23 October: Luxembourg remains in Outbreak category as the number of new cases continue to increase. The total number of cases has exceeded 12,000. New restriction measures have been announced, such that a household can meet up to four people at home, outdoors or in restaurants.
2 August: A trend in increased cases was reported throughout July, with the "reproductive number" for the outbreak above 1.
25 June: Emergency measures ended on 24 June and replaced with new laws on restricting mass gatherings, wearing of masks and maintaining a social distance in order to prevent a surge in new cases and to ease pressure on health facilities.
20 May: Cases continue to be reported but at a much slower rate. Since the start of the crisis, over 60,000 tests have been conducted. According to media, the country will be testing its entire population to help prevent a second wave of COVID-19.
24 April: Cases continue to be reported, 2,979 are in residents and 686 in non residents. Lockdown measures are being lifted in phases. Phase 1 began on 20 April.
15 April: New cases have been reported, bringing the total to 3,307 cases.
23 March: Additional cases have been confirmed, bringing the total number of cases to 798, including eight deaths.
12 March: More cases have been reported, resulting in a total of 19 cases in Luxembourg.