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Hall Victor Hugo vaccination centre
The vaccination centres are accessible for people with reduced mobility. If needed, you may be accompanied by one other person during your visit to the vaccination centre.
Free transport service to the vaccination centre
Reserved for Luxembourg City residents aged 65 and over
Residents of Luxembourg City who have received an invitation as part of the national vaccination campaign are now offered a transport service to and from the Hall Victor Hugo vaccination centre in Limpertsberg.
This service provides residents with an easy option for getting to and from the vaccination centre, where they will be checked in for their appointment on arrival.
To make use of the service, eligible residents are asked to book their trip at least 24 hours before their appointment at the vaccination centre by calling 4796-2975 (available Monday to Saturday from 8:00 to 18:00).To book your trip, you will need to provide the date and time of your vaccination appointment, as well as your name, place of residence and a telephone number where you can be contacted.
The Service Autobus (Bus Department) will then schedule a trip with a "Hello Taxi" vehicle, which take you from your home to the vaccination centre.
Once you have been vaccinated, simply go the Service Autobus stand near the exit of the hall, where an agent will organise your trip back home.
Transport will be provided every day, during the opening hours of the vaccination centre. Steps have been taken to ensure that the public-health measures currently in force are observed during all trips (airing and disinfection of vehicles after each trip; provision of hand sanitiser, etc.). You may choose to have one other person accompany you.
Changes to parking (Hall Victor Hugo)
The entire Hall Victor Hugo car park will be closed to parking and strictly reserved for the needs of the vaccination centre, and accessible only to centre staff and visitors with an official invitation. Only those spaces reserved for Carloh car-sharing vehicles and the electric-vehicle charging stations will remain open to users of these services.
To use these services, you may access the car park via the usual entrances on Avenue Victor Hugo on Avenue du Bois. Access to the vaccination centre will be signposted by the Service Circulation (Traffic Department).