Ministry of State // The Luxembourg Government
Article 6 of the amended Grand-Ducal royal decree of the 9 July 1857 regarding the organisation of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg's Government states: "the Minister of State shall supervise the general course of affairs and shall ensure the uphold of the unity of principles which is to be applied in the various parts of the state ".
On 20 April 2020, the Prime Minister, Minister of State, Xavier Bettel and the Minister of Health, Paulette Lenert, had a first informal exchange with the Advisory Council to accompany the measures decided as part of the fight against COVID-19.
On 15 April 2020, the Government Council fixed the guidelines for a deconfinement strategy balanced between public health imperatives and the psycho-social and economic aspects of the current confinement.
In order to fight against the Coronavirus (COVID-19), a patient reception structure next to the Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg will be installed during the next few days, with the support of the NSPA (NATO Support and Procurement Agency) which has provided us with the equipment.
The Grand Ducal Regulation of 18 March introducing a series of measures in the context of the fight against COVID-19 was published in the official journal of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and has thus entered into effect on this day. As a consequence, the state of crisis has been declared on the national territory, in accordance with article 32(4) of the Constitution.
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