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Masken
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COVID-19 test
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Quarantäne
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Passenger Locator Form
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Gesundheitsformular
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Impfung
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Versicherung
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19.07.2022

Workplaces; both public and private; are strongly encouraged to ensure that employees who can carry out their work without physical attendance at the workplace do so.

30.06.2022

Workplaces; both public and private; are strongly encouraged to ensure that employees who can carry out their work without physical attendance at the workplace do so.

16.06.2022

On December 15 the government announced that restrictions imposed on some municipalities would be extended to all remaining municipalities starting from December 16. Workplaces; both public and private; are strongly encouraged to ensure that employees who can carry out their work without physical attendance at the workplace do so. Government extends measure to 28/02/2021. 24/02/2021: measure extended.

28.02.2022

The government has eased the assembly ban and opened up for more people to gather for events such as weddings; birthdays and other celebrations. In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at meetings; the Danish Health and Medicines Authority is today publishing a set of good advice and examples of how to prevent the spread of infection into planning.

28.02.2022

Agreement on previous reopening of parts of the culture sites and events.

25.02.2022

Guidance for pregnancy and childbirth has been revised.

25.02.2022

The National Board of Health: Updated guidance for the prevention of infection with COVID-19 in care centers; residences and other institutions.

25.02.2022

Updated health care guidelines

25.02.2022

IPC in nursing homes.

25.02.2022

The National Board of Health: Increased activity in the municipal health service and updating of guidelines for general practice and specialist medical practice.

17.02.2022

19/12/2021 Public and private employers are strongly encouraged to ensure that employees who have the opportunity to carry out their work without physical attendance at the workplace do so.; 01/02/2022 There are no longer any recommendations to work from home in either public or private workplaces.

18.01.2022

Updated calls to transport providers in light of the gradual reopening and health-care recommendations of May 10.

18.01.2022

Gradual normalisation of physical attendance at workplaces. As of 21 May 2021 a recommendation of 20% physical attendance applies;***23/06/2021 There is a recommendation for physical attendance at workplaces of 50% for those employees who have previously worked from home. However; there is always access to attendance for at least 50 employees;***01/08/2021 Physical attendance at work has normalised. Anyone can now come back to work.

18.01.2022

Six tips: Registering restaurant guests' information

18.01.2022

COVID-19 Inspiration catalog to help municipalities deal with local outbreaks.

06.11.2021

The government will temporarily suspend handshakes for constitutional ceremonies

06.11.2021

Discharge of people with suspected or proven infection with COVID-19 for municipal care.

06.11.2021

The staff of the hospitals in the Capital Region knuckle down to meet the National Board of Health new guidelines for testing more - Regional Council Chairman and Health Committee Chairman regret queue for testing.

06.11.2021

Good advice for the mentally vulnerable.

06.11.2021

New campaign to avoid lack of protective equipment: 'Denmark helps Denmark'.

06.11.2021

Updated on 15 September:Updated guidelines clarify what to do in individual cases of infection in children and students The National Board of Health has updated the information on what schools; day care centers and youth educations should do in the event of infection with COVID-19. The information material describes both how they can handle individual cases and major outbreaks of infection.

06.11.2021

The National Board of Health has updated the information on what schools; day care centers and youth educations should do in the event of infection with COVID-19.

06.11.2021

New guidelines for daycare; schools and institutions are in place.

06.11.2021

Sop on how should schools and day care centers handle cases of COVID-19.

06.11.2021

Guidelines for childcare and childrens social gatherings.

06.11.2021

Managing COVID-19 Guideline in the Municipal Health Service for Children and Adolescents (Health Care).

06.11.2021

Specialist medical practices during the COVID-19 epidemic.

06.11.2021

Partially available from online sources. Assessments on the website with reference to ECDC and WHO.

06.11.2021

The National Board of Health clarifies the guidelines for the use of protective equipment in the health and elderly sector as well as measures for socially disadvantaged.

06.11.2021

Good hand hygiene is needed to prevent coronavirus.

06.11.2021

Exact dates from January difficult to find; materials updated online.

06.11.2021

Retail stores must make sure their employees comply with hygiene measures; and that hand hygiene opportunities are available for customers and visitors.

06.11.2021

New data analysis: Ibuprofen does not worsen the condition of COVID-19 patients

06.11.2021

Guidelines on prevention of infection in home care; care centers; residences and other institutions have been updated.

06.11.2021

Doctors are reminded to report side effects in COVID-19 patients.

06.11.2021

Specific hotline for cases detected in settings with elderly or generally vulnerable persons.

06.11.2021

Good tips for well-being and mental health.

06.11.2021

Advice to parents on pain medication for children.

06.11.2021

Information about the outbreak was published on January 8th (in Danish language). Information is updated regularly on the website of Statens Serum Institut: https://www.ssi.dk/aktuelt/sygdomsudbrud/coronavirus and https://www.ssi.dk/aktuelt/nyheder/2020/udbrud-af-lungebetandelse-med-en-ny-coronavirus-i-kina-seneste-nyt. Information is also published by the Danish Health Authority: https://www.sst.dk/da/Nyheder/2020/Ny-coronavirus-fra-Wuhan.

06.11.2021

Remember to go to the doctor when you need it.

06.11.2021

The National Board of Health strengthens the information about COVID-19 for citizens with an ethnic background other than Danish

06.11.2021

On October 15 2020; the Danish Health Authority published several videos on the use of face masks in a number of languages

06.11.2021

Be outside during the autumn holidays and limit how many of you are together

06.11.2021

That still applies - stay home; wash your hands and keep your distance The National Board of Health has updated the general recommendations for how to prevent the spread of infection with new coronavirus.

06.11.2021

The campaign encourages everyone living in municipalities with increasing infection to help reduce the infection How to avoid infection with COVID-19 in the office and in public spaces

06.11.2021

Good advice should guide parents with children in day care and schools about illness

06.11.2021

Good advice for young people on preventing COVID-19.The National Board of Health has compiled a number of good advice for young people on how they can help prevent the spread of infection with new coronavirus.

06.11.2021

The National Board of Health has just published the booklet 'When you are infected with a new coronavirus; you must…'

06.11.2021

Guidance on drivers' use of face visors and face masks

06.11.2021

The Danish Health Authority published new or revised versions of various COVID-19 leaflets or posters in Arab; English; Farsi; Kurdish; Polish; Somali; Tigrinya; Turkish and Urdu.

06.11.2021

The National Board of Health has updated the information for people infected with new coronavirus and their close contacts

06.11.2021

The National Board of Health has prepared information material with good advice for families with children and young people with mental vulnerability in the uncommon situation with the outbreak of new coronavirus.

06.11.2021

All citizens will have the opportunity to be tested for COVID-19

06.11.2021

Information for you who have tested positive for new coronavirus - and for you who need to be tested

06.11.2021

We all need to keep our distance and pay attention - but if we maintain high hygiene; we can move a little closer together

06.11.2021

Keep away - even if the sun is shining!

06.11.2021

Ministry of Foreign Affairs: New model for travel guides for Europe comes into force.

06.11.2021

Updated leaflets and posters aimed at tourists in Denmark on COVID-19 are available in nine languages.

06.11.2021

The National Board of Health: Good tips for sticking to good habits of washing hands and staying away

06.11.2021

Tourists in Denmark need to know the Danish recommendations to avoid infection with new coronavirus.

06.11.2021

Children should use a hand cream and gently wash their hands.

06.11.2021

Inforamtion for planning demonstrations

31.05.2021

On December 15 the government announced that restrictions imposed on some municipalities would be extended to all remaining municipalities starting from December 16. Workplaces; both public and private; are strongly encouraged to ensure that employees who can carry out their work without physical attendance at the workplace do so. Government extends measure to 28/02/2021. 24/02/2021: measure extended.

14.01.2021

Workplaces; both public and private; are strongly encouraged to ensure that employees who can carry out their work without physical attendance at the workplace do so.

14.01.2021

COVID-19: Inspiration catalog to help municipalities deal with local outbreaks

14.01.2021

Recommendation to telework when possible; closure of public offices; stay away from work if having respiratory symptoms. Gradual reopening form 15 April; private sector labour market to be allowed to reopen if they can perform work in a fully safe manner.Edited 15/06/2020. Public employees in Eastern Denmark return to work on June 15 2020. 2020-12-07: recommendation to work from home if possible extended until 2021-02-28

18.12.2020

Recommendation to telework when possible; closure of public offices; stay away from work if having respiratory symptoms. Gradual reopening form 15 April; private sector labour market to be allowed to reopen if they can perform work in a fully safe manner. On 15/06/2020 public employees in Eastern Denmark can return to work.

18.12.2020

Due to the rising number of infections in the Copenhagen area; the Government has announced new restriction and measures that will come into force from December 7 until January 2; 2021 in the Copenhagen area including 17 municipalities. This implies that workplaces; both public and private; are strongly encouraged to ensure that employees who can carry out their work without physical attendance at the workplace do so.

20.11.2020

The sale of alcohol from shops is prohibited after 22:00. Bars; restaurants and cafés must close at 22:00; until January 2. It is recommended that workplace social events are cancelled.

02.06.2020

Limitations in the number of passengers with long-distance buses have been lifted.

19.05.2020

COVID-19: Guidelines ready for malls and department stores.

19.05.2020

The State Department issues an agreement on the second phase of a controlled reopening. The Prime Minister issues an agreement on a plan to reopen Denmark.

19.05.2020

New Executive Order on Maximum Occupancy in Buses. The number of passengers with long-distance buses will be limited (update on 12 May 2020).

19.05.2020

Advices on Ramadan

19.05.2020

New Executive Order on Maximum Occupancy in Remote Buses. The number of passengers with long-distance buses will be limited (update on 12 May)

18.04.2020

All public employees not performing critical functions have been told to stay home from work as from 13 March 2020. The period that they are to stay at home will continue until 10 May 2020.

18.04.2020

Gradual reopening: As part of de-escalation policy; form 20 April liberal professions in which client contact cannot be avoided can reopen (hairdressers; beauty parlours; spa clinics; tattooists; physiotherapists; private hospitals; dental climics; etc.)

02.04.2020

People are advised not to stand or sit closer to another person than 2 meters.

02.04.2020

New measures to prevent the spread of infection at Copenhagen Airport to ensure that passengers at the airport are kept at a distance. At the same time; the police are increasing their presence at the airport and tightening control (Copenhagen Airport).

02.04.2020

Stricter rules for driving school education. From 20 April; ban lifted as part of de-escalation of measures.

21.03.2020

Retail stores must secure appropriate distance between customers.