Update on Corona restrictions
New law expected
It is expected that a new law will be passed in the near future that the quarantine period of 10 days upon arrival to Denmark will become mandatory instead of just recommended as it is today. The quarantine can be broken by a negative Covid-19 test taken on the 4th day. As the law has not been passed yet, the quarantine remains a recommendation. We will keep you updated.
Get your COVID-19 pass
You can log-in on sundhed.dk where you can print a certificate for travel purposes. After you have logged in with your NemID, scroll down to the Corona section and choose the option COVID-19 pass.
Remember to download the newest MinSundhed app and turn on notifications. The newest feature include a natofication once your COVID-19 test result is available. Do note that the notification only applies to your own test results. You still need to log in to find your child(ren)’s.
Hotline in 12 languages
The Danish Health Authority and The Danish Refugee Council have opened a joint hotline and website in 12 languages where you can get reliable and up-to-date COVID-19 and vaccination information in: Arabic, Bosnian, English, Farsi, French, Kurmanji, Polish, Romanian, Somali, Tigrinya, Turkish and Urdu.
The hotline is open daily from 5 to 7 p.m. – including weekends and public holidays.
Access the hotline at coronadenmark.dk where you can also get answers to your questions in the chat room in the 12 languages. Your questions will be answered during the hotline’s opening hours or within 24 hours. The number for the hotline is +45 4145 3056.