Date Updated

01/19/2022

  • COVID-19 Testing Requirements Vaccinated or Recovered Travelers

    • Fully vaccinated travelers aged 15 or over, entering from areas with a variant of concern, must carry a negative COVID-19 PCR test completed no more than 72 hours before entry. They additionally complete a COVID-19 test within 24 hours of entry. Recovered travelers from these areas are testexempt but must quarantine as detailed below.
    - Danish residence card holders may alternatively test within 24 hours after entry.

    • On-arrival COVID-19 test for travelers aged 15 or over, entering from Hamad International Airport (Doha) or Dubai International Airport.

    • Fully vaccinated travelers, vaccinated with an EMA-approved vaccine 14-270 days before entry; must carry an EU Digital COVID Certificate or similar vaccination certificate issued by an OECD country or ‘risk country’.

    • Recovered travelers must carry a positive COVID-19 PCR test issued between 14-180 days before entry. Non-vaccinated Travelers

    • Negative COVID-19 PCR test, completed no more than 72 hours before entry, or rapid antigen test completed no more than 48 hours before entry.
    - Travelers from areas with a variant of concern must carry a PCR test; rapid antigen tests are not accepted.
    - Danish residence card holders may alternatively test within 24 hours after entry.

    • On-arrival COVID-19 test for travelers aged 15 or over, entering from Hamad International Airport (Doha) or Dubai International Airport.

    • Additional on-arrival test within 24 hours of entry for travelers from ‘risk countries’, ‘high risk countries’, and ‘areas with a variant of concern’. Quarantine Requirements Vaccinated or Recovered Travelers

    • 10-day residential quarantine for fully vaccinated and recovered travelers entering from areas with a variant of concern. Travelers can reduce the quarantine duration if testing negative on a COVID-19 PCR test at least 6 days after arrival. Non-vaccinated Travelers

    • 10-day residential quarantine for travelers from high-risk countries and areas with variants of concern, including travelers who stayed in these countries in the 10 days preceding entry. Travelers can reduce the quarantine duration if testing negative on a COVID-19 PCR test at least 6 days after arrival.


  • • Some government offices are open:
    - Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI) offices are open. Applicants can schedule appointments to submit biometric data (photograph and fingerprints) and complete EU Registration.
    - A backlog is expected, causing longer processing times and appointment delay.
    - Some visa application centers are reopening.

    • All other government offices are closed until further notice. Travel Restrictions

    • Residents of ‘areas of variant concern’ can only enter Denmark for ‘worthy purposes’.

    • Entry from other areas is not restricted, provided travelers respect entry requirements as detailed below.

    • Land border checks are in place.

    • Travelers are advised to check entry restrictions in transit countries, if applicable.


  • • Residence permit holders unable to enter Denmark within six months of approval can apply for the permit to remain valid, where it would normally automatically lapse; this is not required for Fast Track applications, as these do not lapse.

    • Foreign nationals with approved permits can start work from their home country, provided that their employment contract or assignment letter is in effect, despite not having collected a visa (normally required for visa nationals) or receiving salary at a Danish bank account (normally required for Pay Limit Scheme permit holders).

    • Civil registration number deadlines are extended for those who are not able to complete these requirements in the prescribed time.

    • Supporting documents can be submitted online.


  • • Yes. Bookings are being made virtually.

    • Apartments are available.


  • • Nursery & kindergarten - Children and parents who have symptoms of COVID-19 must follow the general recommendation to keep children home from the institution and get tested immediately. There are requirements for face mask or visors for parents and visitors in day care. If for health reasons you can not use a face mask, you should use a visor instead. For staff, there is no requirement for a face mask or visor, but employees have the right to wear a visor if they wish. For staff in day care, who have not been vaccinated and have not been infected, there is per. January 5th 2022 request for two weekly screening tests.

    • Schools - Pupils from 1st grade onwards and staff in primary and lower secondary school are strongly encouraged to get tested twice weekly, unless they have been previously infected with COVID-19 within the last 12 weeks - Corona passport/COVID certificate is required at educational institutions such as universities, youth education and language schools. Students and visitors must wear face masks or shields indoor when moving around or residing in common areas. Employees in youth and adult education as well as in folk high schools in the public education have the right to wear a face mask or visor. All students, course participants and participants as well as employees at youth and adult education institutions are encouraged to be tested twice a week. This also applies to students, course participants and participants as well as employees who have been vaccinated or previously infected and thus have a valid corona passport. The request for two weekly screening tests does not apply to students, course participants, participants and staff who have been infected within the past 12 weeks or should not be tested for health reasons


  • • Social facilities, nursing homes - At social services, nursing homes etc. a valid corona passport/COVID certificate is required for visitors age 15 and over. Guardians, personal representatives, lawyers, etc. is exempt. In addition, it is possible for the institution to dispense with the requirement in special cases - At social services and nursing homes etc. requirements for face mask and shield are reintroduced for visitors and employees. The requirement applies in common rooms to which the public has access

    • Attending work - It is adviced to work at home extensively in both public and private workplaces and that meetings, seminars etc. are held virtually. It is adviced to cancel major social events at workplaces. Municipal employers can require their employees to present a corona passport/COVID certificate. Employers may also, under certain conditions, require employees to be tested for corona and disclose the result of the test. However, employers must be able to objectively justify that a test is necessary to limit the spread of infection with COVID-19 - Employees in the state and the regions will be required to present a corona passport/COVID certificate. Special recommendations apply to staff in day care, school and youth and adult education. Read more under the individual topics

    • Gatherings - There is no limit to how many people can gather outdoors. There is a participation limit of 1,500 people indoors separated in three sections of maximum 500 people in the following places: - Cinemas, venues and rooms where concerts, art performances, screenings, big screen events, conferences, lectures and the like are held - Indoor sporting events with paying spectators or spectators who are offered free tickets, which would normally be offered for sale - Spectators must essentially be seated


  • • You must wear a face mask or shield at the airport, domestic flights, trains, busses, taxis and ferries

    • In intercity busses you must present a corona passport. In intercity trains you must present a valid corona passport as well as seat reservation
  • Household Goods

    Survey (Video/In-person)
    • Yes, both / video recommended

    Packing/Delivery Services (After Customs Clearance) Available?
    • Yes, under strict sanitary regulation from government.

    Freight Availability/Cost
    • Air: Normal service at present.
    • Sea: Normal service at present.

    Road Availability
    • Limited trucking capacity available; high rates.

    Can packing/delivery take place without customer, or nominated representative?
    • No, customer must sign waiver if nominating a representative.

Entry Restrictions

Normal

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