COVID-19 and Weddings in Denmark
UPDATED 13 May 2021.
Who can enter Denmark right now and what kind of requirements will apply for them? See detailed explanation HERE
Overview of the lifting travel restrictions in Denmark.
The final dates may vary because they depend on developing in the epidemic.
The world is divided into yellow, orange and red countries / regions, depending on how the epidemiological picture looks like. A regular update is introduced for all countries (once a week, at Saturdays) - on the Corona Info website (in English)
from May 1, 2021
The borders are open for completely vaccinated tourists, from yellow and orange EU and Schengen countries. No worthy purpose is needed, no testing or quarantine. This will not apply to red countries.
Not vaccinated persons from yellow countries can enter Denmark if they are able to present a negative test upon entry, so that the test must have been performed 48 hours before entry. No need for the worthy purpose. No quarantine for them.
Not vaccinated persons from orange countries can enter Denmark if they have a worthy purpose and are able to present a negative test upon entry, so that the test must have been performed 48 hours before entry. The quarantine is needed.
Expected from 14 May 2021.
This phase must enter into force when Danish citizens over the age of 50 have been vaccinated with the first bite.
The incidence limit for closing / opening yellow and orange zones is raised from the previous 20/30 to 50/60 infected per 100,000 citizens per week.
For yellow countries, there will be no requirement for worthy purposes or quarantine.
For orange countries, there will be no requirement for worthy purposes for foreigners residing in EU and Schengen countries. However, they will be subject to post-entry testing and quarantine requirements unless they have been vaccinated or have been infected in the past.
Persons, including tourists entering Denmark from the border countries/regions, are exempted from quarantine requirements.
Expected from June 26, 2021 - Must enter into force when EU corona pass is introduced.
With an EU corona pass all tourists can have a holiday in Denmark.
Continued testing requirements for persons entering from orange countries solely on the basis of negative testing.
For people traveling without a corona pass, travel restrictions and infection prevention measures will continue to apply.