En De
Total doses
given
13.2M
People fully
vaccinated
4.8M
% Fully
vaccinated
82.45%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Public Place:

18.05.2022

Care_home_restrictions: shorten visits; avoid physical contact; do not visit unless necessary. ; 15/06/2020: a new ministerial order eases restrictions on visits to nursing homes and hospitals starting June 11 2020. The following conditions now apply: visits should primarily be outdoors; and it is no longer possible to prohibit outdoor visits; visits can take place indoors in critical situations; visits can take place indoors; but only for 1-2 regular visitors appointed by the nursing home inhabitant; if outdoor meetings are impossible; a regular accompanying person can participate in treatment; examination or consultation in hospitals; Tests are available for voluntary use before visits to nursing homes/hospitals.; 31/03/2022: mask wearing no longer required. 01/02/2022 It is recommended that the requirement to wear a mask to be maintained both in nursing homes; in home care and on social services with vulnerable citizens.

15.03.2022

From June 15; all travellers at Danish airports must wear a face mask from their arrival at the airport until the flight is over. ; 13/08/20 ambulance drivers and passengers must wear face masks during the transport of the patients. ; 22/08/20 face masks are required in public transports for passengers over 12 years old. ; 28/09/20 masks have to be worn in hospitals and nursing homes where 2 meters distance cannot be maintained. ; 30/09/20 The Danish Prison and Probation Service introduces requirements for masks when visiting prisons and during arrests. Visits are limited. ; 15/04/21 passengers are required to use face masks until 13/05/21. ; 14/08/2021: It is no longer required to use masks or visors in public transport.; 1/02/022: Mask wearing no longer mandatory in Denmark but loosely recommended in certain settings such as LTCFs.

28.02.2022

Limit the number of participants to private parties

28.02.2022

Vulnerable persons will be able to receive a badge with an icon indicating that they are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus and that one must keep their distance in order not to expose them to the risk of infection.

28.02.2022

Social events in connection with day care; schools and other educational institutions should be cancelled in the near future.

28.02.2022

Airlines have the opportunity to sell all seats on the planes based on the Danish requirement if only at least 1 meter between each person.

28.02.2022

Ministry of Culture: New guidelines for cultural institutions in which the audience moves.

28.02.2022

Ministry of Culture: New guidelines for cultural institutions where the audience is seated.

17.02.2022

Only one visitor per patient allowed; and other visit/access restrictions.

17.02.2022

19/12/2021 In services; Friday prayers; religious acts; including baptisms; weddings and funerals; as well as other parish events may be allowed with a maximum of 1 participant per 2 sqm if the participants are seated; and 1 participant per 4 sqm if the participants are standing up. There are also requirements for face mask regardless of the number of participants. The mask can be removed when the participants are seated. Corona passes are required if there is access for more than 100 people indoors and 1000 people outdoors. Requirements for corona certificate - regardless of the number of people - are maintained for entering the Danish National Church's higher education institutions.

17.02.2022

17/12/2021 A large number cultural and sports premises will be closed. These include about the following premises and localities: Venues; theatres; cinemas; museums; art galleries; cultural centres; folk high schools; zoos; aquariums; as well as premises and localities where public information activities and sports events are held with paying spectators. 19/12/2021 Banquet rooms; gaming halls; casinos; play and bathing areas; amusement parks; fairs; assembly halls as well as rooms and venues where conferences and lectures are held will be closed.; 01/02/2022 All corona restrictions in the area of the Ministry of Culture will cease. This also applies to requirements for corona passages and masks.

17.02.2022

19/12/2021 Restaurants and bars must close at 23:00 until 05:00 with last serving at 22:00 with the requirement of 2 sqm per seated customer and 4 sqm for standing guests. For restaurants and in retail; employees who have customer contact must wear a face mask or visor; regardless of whether they have a valid covid certificate.

17.02.2022

19/12/2021 Indoor area requirements are introduced in the retail trade based on the size of the stores. For restaurants and in retail; employees who have customer contact must wear a face mask or visor; regardless of whether they have a valid corona certificate.

17.02.2022

29/11/2021 Relatives who visit nursing homes and social services must present a valid covid certificate and visitors and employees are required to use face masks or visors.; 16/01/2022 The measure is extended until 31 January 2022.

17.02.2022

Stricter visit restrictions at the Capital Region's hospitals

17.02.2022

19/12/2021 Private events outside your own home; including weddings; confirmations; student and birthday parties and similar events must be held in accordance with the rules that applies to restaurants; including closing time at 23:00.

16.02.2022

29/11/2021 Masks are mandatory when traveling by bus; train; ferry or other public transport as well as domestic flights.; From 10/12/2021 until 06/01/2022 The requirement for face masks in public transport in public transport and domestic flights is extended.; 17/12/2021 Mask is required in premises where sports; leisure and association activities are carried out; including swimming pools; sports halls; fitness centers and association rooms; libraries; archives; music and culture schools; other art schools and basic courses in the field of art.; 19/12/2021 A general requirement for face masks or visors is introduced in the business area. However; an exception still applies if employees can present a covid certificate. For restaurants and in retail; employees who have customer contact must wear a face mask; regardless of whether they have a valid covid certificate. The requirement for a face mask or visor also applies in school premises.; 31/01/2022 There is no longer a requirement to wear masks in public transport; schools and the workplace.

18.01.2022

Ministry of Transport and Housing: Updated guidance for passengers on requirements for the use of face masks in public transport.

21.12.2021

10/12/2021 It is no longer possible to hold indoor concerts; performing arts performances; screenings; big screen events and the like with over 50 standing spectators or audiences. It will be allowed to combine standing and seated audiences; so that there are; for example; 50 standing audiences and a number of seated audiences.

08.12.2021

From 29 October 2020; face masks become a requirement indoors in a number of places with public access; for example in supermarkets; museums and educational institutions. ; 2020-12-07: measure extended until 2021-02-28; 2021-02-24: measure extended until 2021-04-05; 2021-06-11: gradual phasing out of mask requirement (not required anymore in public transport when sitting down; or indoor food serving).

08.12.2021

Shorten visits; avoid physical contact; do not visit unless necessary. 01/07/20 Nursing homes and hospitals reopen for visits. ; 28/11/21 All visitors to nursing home residents; regardless of vaccination status; are also encouraged to take a test before the visit.

08.12.2021

Recommendations for infection prevention are supplemented with selected situations where you shold use a face mask to protect others. ; 31st July recommendation expanded to public transport.

13.09.2021

Update: 15/06/2020: weddings and other events may be up to 500 persons; if taking place in a restaurant.

13.09.2021

As regards large events (indoor and outdoor); activities etc.; the Government has extended this temporary ban until 31 August 2020. Update 15/06/2020: weddings and other events may be up to 500 people; if taking place in a restaurant.

13.09.2021

Political support for the Superliga scheme to be extended to other outdoor and indoor sports events with more than 500 people. ; 09/09/2020: up 500 spectators are allowed in stadiums with fixed seats.

10.09.2021

21/05/2021 Coronapass reopens the remaining sports; leisure and association activities that were not opened in previous phases. In addition; indoor facilities will be opened in amusement parks; zoos; etc. and playgrounds as well as day colleges and evening schools.; 08/07/2021 Venues; theatres and cinemas and similar venues where cultural activities take place are open with coronapass requirements. For larger cultural events with seated audiences; e.g. requirements for dividing the participants into sections of 1;000 people outdoors and 500 indoors.; 01/09/2021 Nightclubs; discos; party buses and alike can open with requirements that guests can show valid corona passes.; 09/9/2021 From 10 September 2021; there is no longer a requirement for corona passes at nightclubs; discos and alike.

26.08.2021

1/03/2021: shops smaller than 5;000 square located in malls must remain closed. Otherwise; the restrictions on the number of customers/square meter will be strengthened for the time being. Shops larger than 5;000 square meters must remain closed except for a limited number of customers who have made an appointment. Cultural institutions in the open will be allowed to open for visitors with a negative COVID-19 test from the latest 72 hours. Organized sports activities in the open will be allowed for groups of up to 25 people (increased from five people).

11.08.2021

From 21/04/2021; coronapass opens indoor sports for people under 18 years of age; and starting from 06/05/2021 for others;***07/07/2021. In rooms where sports activities and fitness are practiced; an area requirement of 4 m2 per visitors; users or spectators. However; when visitors; users or spectators essentially sit down; an area requirement of 2 m2 applies.***From 1 August 2021; an area requirement of 2 m2 will apply in all situations. This measure applies until 31/08/2021. From 1 September 2021; area requirements will no longer apply.

11.08.2021

21/04/2021 Coronapass re-opens outdoor dining starting; indoor dining+other inside activities starting from 06/05/2021;*** 01/07/2021 Restaurants; cafes; etc. must be closed to guests between 24:00 to 05.00. Alcohol can be served until 24.00. From 15 July 2021; the opening hours and access to serving alcohol will be extended to 02.00.*** These measures applies until 31/08/2021. From 1/09/2021; the restrictions on opening hours for cafés and restaurants will be lifted.

16.07.2021

Gatherings are limited to 10 persons. ; 06/01/2021 gatherings limited to 5 people. ; 06/05/2021 the assembly ceiling is raised to 25; indoors and 75; outdoors.

16.07.2021

The assembly ban will be lowered from today from 50 to 10 people (outdoor and indoor); prohibition on the sale of alcohol after 22:00.

29.06.2021

In the Copenhagen area and Odense Municipality; a particularly worrying development can be observed with a number of different outbreaks of infection and an increasing number of infected. Therefore; special measures are introduced targeted at these municipalities. The measures here will apply provisionally until 22 September 2020 to ensure effective infection control. for example mass gathering reduced from 100 to 50 indoor and outdoors. Sport events are cancelled. Vars and restaurant close at midnight

29.06.2021

From May 21; the assembly ceiling is raised to 50; indoors and 100; outdoors. When it comes to summer's festivals; it has been agreed that they will follow the advice agreed upon by the government's expert group: as it looks now; outdoor festivals will be able to be held with 2.000 standing guests divided into groups of 200 people. From August 1; it will be raised to 5.000 people with sections of 500 people. However; that limit may be raised to 10.000 persons 'when deemed medically sound.'

29.06.2021

From May 21; the assembly ceiling is raised to 50; indoors and 100; outdoors; from 11 June 2021 to 100 indoors; from 1 July 2021 to 250 indoors. The outdoor assembly ban will be lifted from 11 June 2021. When it comes to summer's festivals; it has been agreed that they will follow the advice agreed upon by the government's expert group: as it looks now; outdoor festivals will be able to be held with 2.000 standing guests divided into groups of 200 people. From August 1; it will be raised to 5.000 people with sections of 500 people. However; that limit may be raised to 10.000 persons 'when deemed medically sound.'

29.06.2021

Restrictions on possible large gatherings.

29.06.2021

From May 21; the assembly ceiling is raised to 50; indoors and 100; outdoors. Outdoors assembly ban is lifted from 11 June 2021. When it comes to summer's festivals; it has been agreed that they will follow the advice agreed upon by the government's expert group: as it looks now; outdoor festivals will be able to be held with 2.000 standing guests divided into groups of 200 people. From August 1; it will be raised to 5.000 people with sections of 500 people. However; that limit may be raised to 10.000 persons 'when deemed medically sound.'

31.05.2021

From May 6; the assembly ceiling is raised to 25; indoors and 75; outdoors. When it comes to summer's festivals; it has been agreed that they will follow the advice agreed upon by the government's expert group: as it looks now; outdoor festivals will be able to be held with 2.000 standing guests divided into groups of 200 people. From August 1; it will be raised to 5.000 people with sections of 500 people. However; that limit may be raised to 10.000 persons 'when deemed medically sound.'

18.05.2021

On January 5; 2021: The Government announced new restrictions until January 17 due to the new COVID-19 mutation from the UK now also identified in Denmark. The restrictions include: • The general assembly ban is reduced from maximum 10 persons to maximum 5 persons • The previous exceptions from the assembly ban implying the possibility of up to 500 people if sitting at certain events (cultural; sports and conferences; etc.) are no longer in force. The restrictions; however; are still not covering usual work situations; exams; etc. requiring physical presence and people practicing professional sports. For outdoor funerals the limit is 50 persons. • Recommendations regarding persons in private homes are adjusted to maximum 5 persons (including own household) – however; this is not in force for households larger than 5 persons. • Recommendation on number of social contacts is reduced to maximum 5 social contacts besides own household and work place. 29/01/2021: the government announced that all current lockdown measures will be prolonged until 28/02/2021.

26.03.2021

Shops with an area over 15;000 m2 remain closed; however ordinary trade in shopping malls; department stores; arcades; etc. with an area of 15;000 m2 or less can reopen as of 13 April 2021.

26.03.2021

Shops smaller than 5;000 square located in malls must remain closed. Otherwise; the restrictions on the number of customers/square meter will be strengthened for the time being. - Shops larger than 5;000 square meters must remain closed except for a limited number of customers who have made an appointment.

26.03.2021

On December 15 the government announced that restrictions imposed on some municipalities would be extended to all remaining municipalities starting from December 16. Indoor places with; among other things; cultural and sporting activities; must remain closed. 29/01/2021: the government announced that all current lockdown measures will be prolonged until 28/02/2021. Prolonged to 20/04/2021.

26.03.2021

On December 15 the government announced that restrictions imposed on some (69) municipalities would be extended to all remaining municipalities starting from December 16. Restaurants; etc. must be kept closed for consumption on site. 29/01/2021: the government announced that all current lockdown measures will be prolonged until 28/02/2021. 24/02/2021: prolonged until 05/04/2021. Prolonged until 20/04/2021.

26.03.2021

2020-10-26 - 2021-01-05: gatherings limited to 10 persons 2021-01-06 - 2021-04-05: gatherings limited to 5 people (exceptions starting 2021-03-01: outdoor sports activities allowed for up to 25 people; gatherings up to 10 people allowed in Bornholm. Starting from 2021-03-22: outdoor sports activities allowed for up to 50 people; gatherings up to 10 people allowed outdoors)

12.03.2021

On the island of Bornholm in the Baltic the ban on assemblies will be eased – from five persons to 10 persons.

12.03.2021

On January 5; 2021: The Government announced new restrictions until January 17 due to the new COVID-19 mutation from the UK now also identified in Denmark. The restrictions include: • The general assembly ban is reduced from maximum 10 persons to maximum 5 persons • The previous exceptions from the assembly ban implying the possibility of up to 500 people if sitting at certain events (cultural; sports and conferences; etc.) are no longer in force. The restrictions; however; are still not covering usual work situations; exams; etc. requiring physical presence and people practicing professional sports. For outdoor funerals the limit is 50 persons. • Recommendations regarding persons in private homes are adjusted to maximum 5 persons (including own household) – however; this is not in force for households larger than 5 persons. • Recommendation on number of social contacts is reduced to maximum 5 social contacts besides own household and work place. 29/01/2021: the government announced that all current lockdown measures will be prolonged until 28/02/2021. 24/02/2021: the majority at parliament agreed the assembly ban measures will be prolonged until 5/4/2021 (excluding Bornholm where it is eased to 10 persons on 1 March).

12.03.2021

The general ban on assemblies in public spaces is reduced from 50 to 10 persons for four weeks. It is also recommended that assemblies in private homes are reduced to max 10 persons. Exemptions to the general assembly restrictions include: Assemblies of up to 50 persons allowed for children and adolescents (up to 21 years). Up to 500 spectators are allowed for sports events if distancing requirements are met. 2020-11-20: measures extended until 2020-12-13 2020-12-07: measures extended until 2021-02-28 2021-01-05: stricter measures announced due to the new SARS-CoV-2 variants

12.03.2021

On December 16 the government announced that: • All major shopping centers would be closed from December 17 • All remaining retail shops will be closed from December 25 to January 3 • Small service businesses such as hairdressers; massage parlors and tattoo shops will be closed from December 21 to January 3

12.03.2021

From November 5 to December 3; restaurants; cafés; bars; pubs; sports arenas; fitness centers; cultural institutions etc. must be closed to the public. 2020-11-16: Restrictions in Northern Jutland were eased already on November 16; coming into force on 19-23 November.

12.03.2021

Indoor places with; among other things; cultural and sporting activities; must remain closed.

12.03.2021

On December 15 the government announced that restrictions imposed on some municipalities would be extended to all remaining municipalities starting from December 16. Indoor places with; among other things; cultural and sporting activities; must remain closed. 29/01/2021: the government announced that all current lockdown measures will be prolonged until 28/02/2021.

12.02.2021

Outdoor cultural institutions; entertainment parks; zoo’s etc. should be closed (from January 8). 29/01/2021: the government announced that all current lockdown measures will be prolonged until 28/02/2021.

11.02.2021

On December 15 the government announced that restrictions imposed on some municipalities would be extended to all remaining municipalities starting from December 16. Indoor places with; among other things; cultural and sporting activities; must remain closed. 29/01/2021: the government announced that all current lockdown measures will be prolonged until 28/02/2021.

20.01.2021

New rules in the nightlife create the opportunity for longer opening hours.It is now possible for cafes; bars; pubs and the like to stay open until 02 o'clock. But this requires that the places do not admit new guests after 23 o'clock. ; New rules regarding nightlife and the restaurant industry in the metropolitan area will take effect on 17 September. The permitted opening hours for restaurants; bars; cafés and similar restaurants with a permit for this are limited to kl. 22.00 with effect from 17 September 2020.

20.01.2021

Restaurants; etc. must be kept closed for consumption on site.

20.01.2021

Large malls; department stores; grocery stores and pharmacies kept open. Edited: as of 27/04/2020 courts reopen; specific guidelines for all sectors to reopen again (driving schools; hairdressers; general business).

20.01.2021

Large malls; department stores; Grocery stores and pharmacies kept open. Edited: as of 27/04/2020 courts reopen; specific guidelines for all sectors to reopen again (driving schools; hairdressers; general business).

14.01.2021

bars and cafe close at midnight (after being allowed to be open to 2am)

14.01.2021

As regards large events (indoor and outdoor); activities etc.; the Government has extended this temporary ban until 31 August 2020. Update 15/06/2020: weddings and other events may be up to 500 persons; if taking place in a restaurant.

14.01.2021

The government sets a ceiling on large assemblies of 500 participants.; 15/06/2020 update some events allowed to have more than 500 participants.

14.01.2021

On December 16 the government announced that: • All major shopping centers would be closed from December 17 • All remaining retail shops will be closed from December 25 to January 3 • Small service businesses such as hairdressers; massage parlors and tattoo shops will be closed from December 21 to January 3

14.01.2021

Indoor places with; among other things; cultural and sporting activities; must remain closed.

14.01.2021

Restaurants; etc. must be kept closed for consumption on site.

14.01.2021

Restrictions to all All gatherings of over 10. 15/06/2020: Weddings and other events may be up to 500 persons; if taking place in a restaurant

18.12.2020

Indoor places with; among other things; cultural and sporting activities; must remain closed.

03.12.2020

From November 5 to December 3; restaurants; cafés; bars; pubs; sports arenas; fitness centers; cultural institutions etc. must be closed to the public. 2020-11-16: Restrictions in Northern Jutland were eased already on November 16; coming into force on 19-23 November (https://sum.dk/Aktuelt/Nyheder/Coronavirus/2020/November/En-raekke-lokale-restriktioner-i-Nordjylland-lempes.aspx%3Cbr/%3Ehttps://www.trm.dk/nyheder/2020/kollektiv-trafik-aabner-mellem-de-beroerte-nordjyske-kommuner/).

03.12.2020

From November 9 to December 3 public transport between the municipalities and between the municipalities and the rest of the country will be disbanded except for people in jobs of critical importance to society. The ban does not apply to school buses. 2020-11-16: Restrictions in Northern Jutland were eased already on November 16; coming into force on 19-23 November (https://sum.dk/Aktuelt/Nyheder/Coronavirus/2020/November/En-raekke-lokale-restriktioner-i-Nordjylland-lempes.aspx%3Cbr/%3Ehttps://www.trm.dk/nyheder/2020/kollektiv-trafik-aabner-mellem-de-beroerte-nordjyske-kommuner/).

06.11.2020

the assembly ban will be lowered from today from 50 to 10 people (outdoor and indoor); prohibition on the sale of alcohol after 22:00

15.10.2020

Non-essential shops closure: Partially closed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 07 October 2020 to 31 October 2020

Status 7 October 2020 - Bars, cafés, and restaurants mandatory closure at 22.00 (10 pm) From 14/08/2020 - 31/10/2020: Venues such as nightclubs and discotheques (that is, venues with few seats, a dance floor etc.) must stay closed until 31 October 2020. If a venue that used to be a nightclub etc. operated in compliance with the rules applicable in that field can alter the layout of the venue and the activities performed to comply with the rules applicable to restaurants, bars etc., the venue can open on the same conditions as the latter. The opening hours permitted for restaurants, bars, cafes etc. with the required licences will be extended to 2.00 am on the condition that no new guests are allowed in after 11.00 pm. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- As from 27 May 2020: all activities that have been closed down so far can now open up to the extent that it is safe from a public health perspective except for the indoor activities of sports clubs and associations not comprised by any of the existing opening-up initiatives & Discotheques, music venues and night life. As from 27 May 2020 opening of: Cultural and recreational activities; Museums, theatres, art exhibitions, cinemas, public aquariums etc.; Other zoos, botanical gardens etc.; Outdoor amusement parks; Full reopening of the radio and TV channels DR and TV2. All shops (including shopping malls) will open from 11 May. All restaurants and cafes will open from 18 May except for nightclubs and discos. Bars can open 18 May, but not in the night. Restrictive measures (e.g. distancing) need to be applied. Outdoor sport facilities will open. Indoor sports and leisure facilities are closed.

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 August 2020 to 31 October 2020

Status 7 October 2020 - The ban on gatherings is max 50 people. Religious ceremonies: If the ceremony is performed outdoors, the ceremony can be attended by no more than 50 people, inclusive of the representatives of the church, unless the participants at an event etc. are mainly seated at assigned seats facing a stage, cinema screen, playing field or the like. In that case, up to 500 people can attend simultaneously. However, outdoor burial and funeral services can always be attended by up to 200 people simultaneously. 14/08/2020 - The ban on gatherings of more than 100 people is extended until 31 October 2020, but the parties to the agreement will assess by the end of September 2020 whether there is a basis for an earlier easing of the ban on gatherings. A ban is imposed on gatherings of more than 200 at outdoor burial and funeral services. Events, activities etc. with more than 100 people gathered simultaneously at the same location are banned. This ban applies to both indoor and outdoor gatherings, and it applies to both public and private events etc. Professional sports can reopen but without spectators. As regards major events, events, etc. the government will extend the ban to apply until August 31, 2020.

07.09.2020

https://www.stm.dk/multimedia/07-05-2020_Aftale_om_anden_fase_af_en_kontrolleret_gen_bning.pdf

16.06.2020

Churches and faiths communities are allowed to reopen.

15.06.2020

Care_home_restrictions Shorten visits; avoid physical contact; do not visit unless necessary.edited 15/06/2020.A new ministerial order eases restrictions on visits to nursing homes and hospitals starting June 11. The following conditions now apply: Visits should primarily be outdoors; and it is no longer possible to prohibit outdoor visits; Visits can take place indoors in critical situations ; Visits can take place indoors; but only for 1-2 regular visitors appointed by the nursing home inhabitant; if outdoor meetings are impossible; A regular accompanying person can participate in treatment; examination or consultation in hospitals; Test are available for voluntary use before visits to nursing homes/hospitals

28.04.2020

Development of posters with critical guidelines for stores/shops with close customer contact. 24 May : The Danish Road Administration: Practical driving instruction reopens.

05.04.2020

How should employees in risk groups working in the health; social and elderly sectors be managed. The guideline was first released on March 13; 2020.

02.04.2020

New materials give advice to homeless and particularly vulnerable citizens.

02.04.2020

Caregivers's suggestions on how to prevent COVID-19 infection.

21.03.2020

Elderly people advised to refrain from social situations.

21.03.2020

Partial fixed on 21/06.

21.03.2020

Including swimming pools; as well as hairdressers and wellbeing services. Does not appy to private hospitals. Partial fixed to No on 21/06/2020.