I don't think it will matter much in the long run, sooner or later your country will open up your borders and than foreigners from other european countries will visit and spread the virus. You can only stop the virus for so long.
Edit: where you getting 1 confirmed case from, reading worldometer you guys had 9 confirmed cases today?
The numbers had not been updated yet when I wrote that, so I had to use the number from Thursday. But it's true that on Friday, there were 9 new cases out of 800 tests.
As for our borders, they are open and have never been closed. Roughly one quarter of the workforce of Luxembourg actually lives outside of Luxembourg (the short distance doesn't necessitate to move in, and housing prices in Luxembourg are much higher than in the neighboring regions, hence why many Luxembourgers, especially retirees, move to the neighboring regions - rent is just about a third compared to the one in Luxembourg for the same size), especially one third of the healthcare workforce, so closing our borders was never an option in the first place. But our neighboring countries closed their borders, which made passing them much more difficult without a note that you work in Luxembourg and need to cross the border for that, and why Luxembourg requisitioned the hotels (which had closed down beforehand anyway) to temporary lodge those who didn't want to go through that hassle every day. But only about hundred took that opportunity, as they would then miss out on their families instead.
In other words, the opening of the borders won't bring that much change to the population. The reopening of the airport on the other hand could do this... if the destinations weren't handpicked, tests before and after and face masks obligatory, and a short quarantine periods after return. While I don't think that we're gonna get comletely rid of it soon, I'd say the precautions too high and the infection rate is too low now to become any real threat again unless the virus mutates.
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