You have taken a COVID-19 test and your result is positive?
Have you had close contact with a person who tested COVID+?
Support the Contact Tracing team by filling in the form on the covidtracing.public.lu page.
How should I organise my isolation or quarantine?
Make a list of the basic items you will need during your isolation or quarantine (food, household products, prescription medicine, etc.) and have them delivered to your home.
If you do not live alone, isolate yourself in a single room and use separate sanitary facilities (toilet and shower) if possible. If you do not have your own bathroom, make sure to disinfect the premises after use.
You should always wear a mask when leaving your room and wash or disinfect your hands regularly.
Members of your household should avoid entering your room and approaching you at all costs, even if they bring you food. They are advised to leave the tray in front of your bedroom door.
Remember to air your room regularly. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily (tables, door handles, switches, counters, desks, telephones, keyboards, toilets, taps and sinks).
Use your own tableware, which should preferably be cleaned in the dishwasher, as the washing time and water temperatures there are more effective against the virus than when you clean your dishes by hand.
Use your own sheets, towels and clothes which should preferably be machine washed with laundry soap at a temperature of 60° to 90°C. Do not allow other members of your household to handle or carry your laundry. Place your dirty laundry in a watertight container.
Make sure to eat healthy food and drink enough water or herbal teas. Take your temperature regularly and call your doctor if you feel unwell. If you have severe breathing problems, call the emergency services.
Remember to keep a telephone or other means of communication nearby, as well as emergency contact numbers.