Travelling to Denmark

There are no COVID-19 related restrictions on entry to Denmark.

Updated: 29 March 2022

There are no COVID-19 related restrictions on entry into Denmark. On this page, you will find information on testing and everyday precautions.

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Tour de France is coming to Denmark this summer

There are no current COVID 19 restrictions in Denmark. But be aware that the event will affect traffic.

Find more information about Tour de France in Denmark (letourcph.dk)

During your stay

General rules in Denmark

General COVID-19 restrictions no longer apply in Denmark. However, on board airplanes you may be met with requirements regarding COVID-19 certificate, and when visiting homes for the elderly, social institutions and hospitals you may be met with requirements regarding face masks.

Please be aware that businesses and private cultural institutions are allowed to make their own requirements regarding face masks, shields, COVID-19 Certificates etc. Please comply with such requirements.

See all rules and regulations

TEST FOR COVID-19

Find a test centre near you

If you need to get a COVID-19 test, use his map of all PCR test sites i Denmark.

To get a test, you must book an appointment via coronaprover.dk. If you are not a resident in Denmark, you need to register at covidresults.dk to get a test and to see your test result.

It is not possible to get a rapid antigen test at the PCR test sites. You may be able to find private providers offering rapid antigen tests for a fee.

If you test positive

If you test positive for COVID-19, you should self-isolate as soon as possible and follow the Danish Health and Medicines Authority's current recommendations for self-isolation.

You don’t have to notify your close contacts.

If your positive test is a self-test, you do not have to take a confirmative PCR-test.

Infected with coronavirus

Support

If you did not find an answer to your question here, please see our FAQ section or call one of the Danish Authorities' hotlines.