Date Updated

03/10/2022

  • COVID-19 Testing Requirements Vaccinated or Recovered Travelers Fully vaccinated and recovered travelers are not required to carry a negative test, complete onarrival testing or quarantine. Fully vaccinated travelers, vaccinated with an EMA/WHO-approved vaccine 14-270 days before entry; must carry an accepted vaccination certificate. Recovered travelers must carry a positive COVID-19 PCR test issued between 14-180 days before entry. COVID-19 testing requirements do not apply to travelers departing from EU/Schengen Area countries (as their first point of departure) regardless of their vaccination/recovery status. Non-vaccinated Travelers Negative COVID-19 PCR test, completed no more than 24 hours after entry. COVID-19 testing requirements do not apply to travelers departing from EU/Schengen Area countries (as their first point of departure) regardless of their vaccination/recovery status. Quarantine Requirements Vaccinated or Recovered Travelers No quarantine requirements apply. 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. Quarantine requirements do not apply to travelers departing from EU/Schengen Area countries (as their first point of departure) regardless of their vaccination/recovery status.
  • 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 Entry 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.


  • • From 1 February 2022 there are no longer any restrictions on day care, but a number of recommendations apply to prevent infection - When there is an infection in the day care, etc., children and staff who are contacts with the infected person should not be sent home / self-isolate unless they have symptoms of COVID-19 - For children from the age of three and adults, it is recommended as an other contact to be tested with a rapid test or self-test three days after the infected person has been tested positive for COVID-19. A positive rapid or self-test must be followed by a PCR test. If it is less than 12 weeks since you were tested positive for COVID-19, you do not need to be tested as you can still test positive during this period. In case of symptoms, isolation and testing are always recommended - Staff are encouraged to get tested twice a week. This also applies to staff who have been vaccinated or previously infected. The call does not apply to staff who should not be tested for health reasons or staff who have been infected within the last 12 weeks. A sharper focus is encouraged on complying with the recommendations in the Danish Health Authority's general guidelines on the prevention and management of the spread of COVID-19

    • Schools - There are no restrictions from February 1, but there are a number of recommendations to prevent infection. - People with symptoms of COVID-19 are advised to self-isolate and be PCR-tested as soon as possible. Pupils with symptoms of COVID-19 should be kept separate from the other students and staff until they can be picked up or sent home - Other contacts to infected persons at schools are not recommended to be sent home, but must be tested. As other contact it is recommended to be tested with a rapid test or self-test on day three after the infected person's test time. Other contacts that have been infected within the past 12 weeks are exempt from the call for testing - Pupils from 1st grade and staff are encouraged to be tested twice a week. This also applies to students and staff who have been vaccinated or previously infected - but not if you have been infected within the last 12 weeks. It is encouraged to follow the Danish Health Authority's general advice and good hygiene. It is recommended that the use of face mask and shield for staff be allowed locally in some situations


  • • From 1 February 2022 there are no longer any restrictions in the social and elderly area - Thus there are no longer a requirement for corona passport for visitors etc. and requirements for the use of face mask or shield for visitors, etc. and employees on social services, etc - If possible it is urged to continue arrangements for the display of corona passport and for the use of face mask/shield in nursing homes and social services with vulnerable residents/users - It is also urged with a continued focus on the test effort in relation to employees in the elderly care and on social services as well as visitors to nursing homes and social services - It is also important to follow the Danish Health Authority's general advice on preventing infection and think about them in everything you do both at home and in the public space. Read the the Danish Health Authority's general advice on infection prevention (sst.dk)

    • There are no longer any recommendations to work from home in either public or private workplaces - Public and private employers are encouraged to continuously assess the situation and arrange the workplaces according to local infection conditions and the physical conditions in the workplace. - There are special recommendations for testing staff in the elderly care as well as employees in day care, etc., primary school, etc. as well as in youth and adult education

    • There is no assembly ban or any restrictions on how many spectators may attend cultural and sporting events - Organizers of activities where many people gather standing indoors at the same time, and where there may therefore be a particularly high risk of the spread of infection, may consider taking steps to minimize the risk of infection in February. For an example this can be done by the organizer encouraging or facilitating that the participants are tested, or that an increased distance is operated at the event - It is still possible for private businesses and private cultural institutions as well as associations etc. to make demands for eg corona passport or the use of a face mask /shield. - It is also important to follow the Danish Health Authority's general advice on preventing infection and think about them in everything you do both at home and in the public space. Read the the Danish Health Authority's general advice on infection prevention (sst.dk)


  • • There are no restrictions on public transport or driving tests. - The Danish airports continue to require air travelers to wear face mask or shield in order to comply with the common European guidelines issued by the European Aviation Safety Organization EASA. In addition, you should check with your airline if they require you to wear a face mask on board the aircraft - You should not travel by public transport if you are ill or suspected of being infected - It is important to follow the Danish Health Authority's general advice on preventing infection and think about them in everything you do both at home and in the public space. Read the the Danish Health Authority's general advice on infection prevention (sst.dk) - It is still possible for private businesses and private cultural institutions as well as associations etc. to make demands for eg corona passport or the use of a face mask/shield
  • 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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