Luxembourg Travel Health Advice
No vaccination certificates are required for entry to Luxembourg, and there are no health risks associated with travel to the country. Visitors travelling to Luxembourg between September and April may want to get an influenza vaccine, and it is advised that all travellers be up to date on their MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) and tetanus-diphtheria vaccinations. Water should be safe to drink, although many travellers prefer to buy bottled water to be on the safe side.
Medical facilities are of a high standard in cities but may be limited outside of urban areas. British citizens should carry a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC), in order to qualify for free emergency medical treatment. Medical insurance is recommended. If you require certain medications during your trip it is best to bring them with you, in their original packaging, with a signed and dated letter from your doctor detailing what the medication is and why you need it.
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