If you are travelling and are fully vaccinated
The travel restrictions for tourists travelling on the basis that they are fully vaccinated depend on whether you fulfil the Danish conditions for being classified as fully vaccinated.
It is therefore a requirement for tourists that their vaccination was carried out in an EU or Schengen country as well as in Andorra, San Marino, Monaco or the Vatican City, an OECD country (also includes Greenland or the Faroe Islands) or in a yellow third country. The vaccine should also be approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA). In addition, certain travel restrictions require that your permanent residence is in an EU or Schengen country as well as in Andorra, San Marino, Monaco or the Vatican City, an OECD country (also includes Greenland or the Faroe Islands) or in a yellow third country. The conditions mean that tourists who have been vaccinated in yellow third countries (i.e. countries outside the EU and Schengen as well as in Andorra, San Marino, Monaco or the Vatican City or OECD countries) fulfil these conditions. You can read more about which requirements you must fulfil in order to be classified as fully vaccinated here:
New mandatory testing and isolation requirements
If you are a Danish citizen fully vaccinated against COVID-19, no matter in which country in the world, you will also be exempt from the requirement of test and isolation after entry when arriving from yellow and orange countries or regions. You do not need to have residence in Greenland, the Faroe Islands or an EU or Schengen country. However, you still have to be considered as a fully vaccinated person.
Until the European corona passport is operational (expected 26 June 2021) documentation for completed vaccination course must include the information currently included in the Danish vaccination passport available on sundhed.dk. This includes:
- Date of birth
- “Vaccinated against”
- Name of vaccine
- Status in vaccination
- Date of vaccination – First and second dose (when second dose is required)