En De
Total doses
given
13.2M
People fully
vaccinated
4.8M
% Fully
vaccinated
81.04%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Schools/Univercity closure:

30.06.2022

Pupils in the larger classes and students must; as a starting point; have distance and digital teaching.

30.06.2022

Higher education is encouraged to switch to digital teaching and digital exams whenever possible.

16.06.2022

All public schools; private facilities encouraged to do the same. Emergency care provided when parents having critical function or special cases. ; 15/04/2020: Gradual reopening of day-care facilities .

27.01.2022

17/12/2021 Folk high schools; evening schools; colleges and Folkeuniversitet are closed.

29.06.2021

Starting from 2021-04-06; in higher education; students in subjects with many elements of practice can return with 50% physical attendance (i.e. every other week). All other students in higher education can return with 20% physical attendance. Starting from 2021-05-21; educational institutions open for 50% attendance for students in higher education.

18.05.2021

Starting from 2021-04-06; students in upper secondary education can return with 50% physical attendance. Starting from 2021-05-21; educational institutions open for 100% attendance for the remaining students in youth and adult education and 50% attendance for students in higher education.

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. Elementary school students from fifth grade and up are sent home and transferred to distance learning. 29/01/2021: the government announced that all current lockdown measures will be prolonged until 28/02/2021. From 1 March 2021;- In Northern and Western Jutland; pupils in schools’ last grade; and students at upper secondary educational institutions (high schools etc.); and adult education will be allowed to show up at the schools every second week on the condition that they get a test for COVID-19 twice a week. Furthermore; independent boarding schools for lower secondary education will be allowed to reopen on condition of the introduction of certain preventive measures. These initiatives are based on an assumption that the municipalities in the two areas will enter into agreements with the Danish Patient Safety Authority on tracing infection and swift and efficient handling of local outbreaks. On the island of Bornholm in the Baltic all educational institutions will reopen 1 March – a test twice a week will be mandatory for students.

12.03.2021

15 February 2021: Due to high incidence numbers in the municipality of Ishøj – a suburb to Copenhagen – it has been decided that schools from grade 0-4 must return to virtual teaching from 15 to 28 February.

12.02.2021

From November 9 to December 3; publics in 5-8th grade in lower secondary school and students in higher educations with residence in the affected municipalities will only receive virtual education. 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/).

12.02.2021

Pupils in the larger classes and students must; as a starting point; have distance and digital teaching.

12.02.2021

On January 5; 2021: The Government announced new restrictions due to the new COVID-19 mutation from the UK now also identified in Denmark; including also pupils in the primary school kindergarten class and 1.-4. class; incl. after-school programs and club offers; and only day care remaining open. However; all beforementioned groups could return to school on February 8; 2021 (earlier than older groups).

12.02.2021

On December 15 the government announced that restrictions imposed on some municipalities would be extended to all remaining municipalities starting from December 16. Elementary school students from fifth grade and up are sent home and transferred to distance learning. 29/01/2021: the government announced that all current lockdown measures will be prolonged until 28/02/2021.

12.02.2021

On December 15 the government announced that restrictions imposed on some (69) municipalities would be extended to all remaining municipalities starting from December 16. Higher education is encouraged to switch to digital teaching and digital exams whenever possible. 29/01/2021: the government announced that all current lockdown measures will be prolonged until 28/02/2021.

14.01.2021

Pupils in the larger classes and students must; as a starting point; have distance and digital teaching.

14.01.2021

All schools and the after-school-care closed from December 21-January 3.

14.01.2021

Higher education is encouraged to switch to digital teaching and digital exams whenever possible.

18.12.2020

Higher education is encouraged to switch to digital teaching and digital exams whenever possible.

25.08.2020

Schools/Univ. closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 August 2020 to TBD

From 14/08/2020 Educational institutions covered by phase four according to the Agreement on reopening plan for the Danish society have reopened. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- As from 27 May 2020 controlled reopening of the following: Adult education and training and and Danish language schools; Folk high schools; Institutions of youth education; Institutions of higher education can hold oral examinations on-site as well as educational activities requiring attendance in person; Night schools for adult education, schools of music and arts (subject to restrictions as regards choir singing etc.). Primary and secondary schools open again 18 May. High-schools no change. Together with the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Children and Education issue guidelines on how the institutions can ensure safety. Education and exams where physical presence is needed will be allowed for all educational institutions. STU, EUD and FGU education programmes (youth education programmes) also opens. The higher education institutions continue to be physically closed and are planned to be opened in August.

10.08.2020

Recommendation that physical attendance in high schools and other youth educations be postponed for 14 days.

19.05.2020

All public schools; private facilities encouraged to do the same. Emergency care provided when parents having critical function or special cases.

28.04.2020

All public schools; private facilities encouraged to do the same. Emergency care provided when parents having critical function or special cases. Gradual reopening of day-care facilities form 15 April.

28.04.2020

All public schools; private facilities encouraged to do the same. Emergency care provided when parents having critical function or special cases. Gradual reopening of elementary schools form 15 April 2020 from 1st - 5th grade).

21.03.2020

Higher education; private facilities are encouraged to close as well.

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