Cheap testing is over soon. The city of Luxembourg announced Thursday, in a press release, the end of the vouchers allowing a rapid antigenic test certified to Covid-19 to be carried out for only five euros. The validity of vouchers already withdrawn “will end on Friday December 31”. As a result, the last vouchers will be “distributed this Friday, for same day use”.
People wishing to test can still go to one of the City’s test centers, but this will have to pay 15 euros per antigen test. The measure, intended to help the hospitality sector by issuing inexpensive proof of tests, had been declared, with some believing that it offered a respite to the unvaccinated. Or, the government is also trying to convince this public to take the step of vaccination. On November 1, the City had set the price of five euros, instead of free vouchers.
The tests remain chargeable for all citizens, vaccinated or not. Only people with a prescription, issued by a doctor following symptoms or by the health authorities as part of the follow-up of contact cases, can benefit from free tests.
(Joseph Gaulier / The essential)
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