How can I get tested?

With a prescription

If you have received a prescription from a medical professional, you can book an appointment with the following laboratories:

For children between the ages of 2 and 6 who have a prescription, the Medico-Social League, in collaboration with the National Health Laboratory (Laboratoire national de santé - LNS), offer PCR tests to detect COVID-19. Appointments can be made here.

For children under the age of 2, an appointment can be made at the Kannerklinik with a prescription via this link.

If you are not presenting COVID-19 symptoms and do not possess a medical prescription, laboratories offer COVID-19 tests at your own expense.

Large Scale Testing Invitation

Large Scale Testing (LST) was put into place not only to monitor the spread of the virus across the country, but also to allow flexibility and foresight when there is an increase in cases. This allows to break infection chains and to keep the infection rate low. Large Scale Testing allows for residents and cross border workers to get tested either by a PCR test (oral swab) or a serological test (blood sample). An invitation is sent either via post or e-mail with a personalized code, allowing for everyone to take part free of charge.

If you do present symptoms of COVID-19, do not wait to receive a LST letter. Contact a general practitioner for a prescription or visit the COVID-19 Consultation Centre (CCC).

PCR tests

Make an appointment

In case of any further questions concerning Large Scale Testing, the hotline is available Monday - Sunday between 8a.m. and 7p.m. at this number: +352 247 65533

The PCR test, conducted by a throat swab, can be performed at the following testing stations:

  • Bascharage / Parking Z.I. Bommelscheuer
    Rue Heierchen
    4940 Bascharage
    "DBS" serological tests from 3 May 2021.
  • Esch (P+R Arcelor-Mittal, Raemerich)
    Route d'Esch
    4310 Raemerich
  • Hosingen (school and sports centre "Parc Hosingen")
    Between Schinkert and "Parc Hosingen"
    9841 Walhausen
    The testing centre is located in the parking of AquaNat'Our (follow "Parc" from the Schinkert roundabout on the E421, between Poschend and Hosingen-Barrière).
  • Howald P+R (CR231)
    1, Rue In Bouler
    1350 Howald
    Route to :  Howald P+R (CR231)
    "DBS" serological tests from 3 May 2021.
  • Luxembourg / Bouillon (walk-/drive-in)
    Rue de Bouillon
    L-1248 Luxembourg-Hollerich
  • Machtum / Grevenmacher (N10)
    Rue de Machtum
    6753 Grevenmacher
    "DBS" serological tests from 3 May 2021.
  • Mersch
    77, Rue d'Arlon
    7513 Mersch
    Route to :  Mersch
    "DBS" serological tests from 3 May 2021.
  • Steinfort P+R (N6)
    Rue Collart
    8414 Steinfort
    Route to :  Steinfort P+R (N6)

Serological tests

Make an appointment

The Serological test, conducted by taking a blood sample, can be performed at the following testing stations:

Please note that serological tests are only available between Monday - Friday between 12p.m. and 3p.m.

From 3 May 2021, new serological tests called DBS ("Dry Blood Spot") will be performed directly at the LST drive-in stations in Mersch, Grevenmacher, Howald and Bascharage.

Please note that these serological tests will only be carried out from Monday to Friday from 7a.m. to 12p.m. 

Antigen self-tests

An antigen self-test can indicate a COVID-19 infection. This test is available on the open market and can be used by anyone. A list of tests approved in Luxembourg can be found on

Please refer to the package leaflet for the exact use of these tests. It is also recommended that you confirm your antigen self-test with a PCR test. Please contact your general practitioner in this regard.

In public schools across Luxembourg

In cooperation with the National Health Laboratory (Laboratoire national de santé - LNS) mobile intervention teams have been created, which are made up of health and administrative professionals to perform COVID-19 tests in schools where there have been indications of infection chains. If a child is tested positive and attended in-person classes, the mobile teams are dispatched on the 6th day after the original infection to detect any further spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Forms have already been sent out and filled out by parents, asking for important information such as consent and the phone number of the legal guardian to report the results.

The student can then choose between a mouth or nose swab on the day of the test. The results are then transmitted within 24 hours.


If you are arriving by air travel at the lux-Airport

All travellers arriving in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg by air will be able to benefit from a free PCR test at Findel airport. Passengers must be tested on the day of their arrival at the COVID-19 testing station at Lux-Airport, by presenting their voucher (available at the baggage claim area) and flight ticket. The PCR test results are usually available within 24 hours.

Restrictions apply with regard to persons authorised to enter Luxembourg. For more information for travellers visiting Luxembourg, please visit our dedicated page.

If you are returning to Luxembourg via a different mode of transportation

If you are returning to Luxembourg via a different mode of transportation, such as train or bus, you are not required to show a negative test or take a test upon arrival. Nevertheless, you have the possibility to get a free test in a Large Scale Testing test station upon arrival in Luxembourg. Make your appointment here.

If you are a resident leaving Luxembourg

If you are leaving Luxembourg and your destination country requires a negative test upon entry, you must contact the medical analysis laboratories (Laboratoires Réunis, BioneXt LAB or Ketterthill) directly and in due time to fix an appointment for a test, or to visit the Findel test centre. The costs of these tests are payable by the person who requests them.

If you are a student in need of a negative test result to return to university, the ACEL has codes at their disposal for Large Scale Testing test stations to facilitate you here.

If you are conducting a business trip, the Chamber Of Commerce and the House of Entrepreneurship have Large Scale Testing codes at their disposal for these situations:

Additionally, the lux-Airport has a testing station available to people travelling abroad at their own expense. Further information is available here

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