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The current situation is challenging on many different levels, but it remains very important to keep following the recommendations issued by the government in order to keep us and our loved one’s safe. 
You can read up on all official communications in relation to COVID-19 in Luxembourg here👉https://coronavirus.gouvernement.lu/en.html

Stay safe!

#staysafe #stayhome #socialdistancing #zesummestaark #strongertogether #fightcoronatogether #luxembourg #letsmakeithappen

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the entry into force of the Schengen Agreements!

In these difficult times, we need solidarity more thane ever and the rules of the Schengen area, provide the framework for cooperation enabling us to face this unprecedented challenge together. 
Luxembourg calls out for this edifice, which is both the symbol of our Union and freedoms and which has become essential to our solidarity and prosperity, to be preserved. 📸 Vincenzo Turi/ Comité Inspiring Luxembourg
📸 Emmanuel Claude/ SIP 
#strongertogether #zesummestaark #schengenanniversary  #europeanunion #europeancooperation #europeanfreedom #europeansolidarity #luxembourg #letsmakeithappen

Zesumme staark!
Stronger together!

Multiple government and private initiatives illustrate the solidarity in Luxembourg with offers ranging from volunteering in medical care centers, shopping for vulnerable people, home learning support systems for students, parents and teachers, artist’s live streaming of concerts from their living room, 3D printing of protective eye-wear and many more. 
Luxembourg also shows solidarity with its neighbors and welcomes intensive care patients in the short term to support the hospitals of the Grand Est . 
#zesummestaark #strongertogether #fightcoronatogether #solidarity #stayhome #staysafe #luxembourg #letsmakeithappen

Let’s show solidarity amidst the crisis we are facing!
Luxembourg took measures to limit the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19 in order to protect our most vulnerable citizens by strongly limiting activities within the Grand Duchy. Read up all measures taken on 👉 gouvernement.lu 
Please follow these measures, as they will not only protect you but also the rest of the population!

Thanks to our medical staff and caregivers for their dedication and amazing work! 
Let's also give a special shout out to the numerous initiatives helping our more vulnerable neighbours and friends with shopping, watching after their children and so much more.

Be safe and show solidarity!