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31/01/2022 By : Michelle Marais

Cruise Copenhagen

New entry rules from Tuesday

With effect from Tuesday the 1st of February, the rules for entry into Denmark will be changed.

  • Vaccinated and previously infected: Can enter without testing or isolation from all countries. However, requirements for testing and isolation are still in effect if you have been in a country/area with a virus variant of concern. At the present, there are no such countries or territories.
  • Travelers who have not been vaccinated or previously infected: Must be tested within 24 hours of entry. When entering from a country in the EU / Schengen, you may instead choose to be tested before entry. Upon entry from COVID-19 high-risk countries, isolation is required for travelers who are not vaccinated or previously infected.
  • Approved vaccines: The list of vaccines approved for entry into Denmark is expanded and now includes both EMA- and WHO-approved vaccines.

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