Dear members, partners and friends,
Like you and most of the world, here at the BCC, we are making our best efforts to adjust to a rapidly evolving situation affecting ourselves, our families and our businesses. We are continuing to monitor and react to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation as it evolves, and we remain steadfast in our commitment to provide our members with the highest standard of service and support.
Further to directives from the Luxembourg Government to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus in Luxembourg the British Chamber of Commerce has postponed all events until further notice. New dates will be communicated as soon as possible. For the safety of the Secretariat, it was decided that the team will work from home, but we remain fully available and will continue to work with our members and key stakeholders and can be reached via telephone and email as usual.
We will continue to follow the guidance issued by the Luxembourg authorities and international associations. These measures will be reviewed every week, on a rolling basis.
More information for businesses: https://meco.gouvernement.lu/en/dossiers/2020/coronoavirus-entreprises.html
Coronavirus: COVID-19: https://gouvernement.lu/en/dossiers.gouv_msan%2Ben%2Bdossiers%2B2020%2Bcorona-virus.html
We will issue further guidance and updates as required, however in the interim, please do keep in touch with us – we are here to help. If only possible, please stay home and protect your health.
With best regards and thanks,
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