Smart Traveller AU

Denmark

COVID-19

Denmark has border restrictions in place and foreign travellers aren’t allowed to enter unless they are travelling from certain countries or have a worthy purpose, the details of which are listed here. 

A quarantine period of 14 days is strongly encouraged for those entering Denmark, except in certain circumstances as outlined by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

As of 15 June 2020, it is a requirement to wear a mask in all Danish airports at all times.

Copenhagen Airport is increasing its operations, however expect travel disruptions. Please monitor the airport website for updates.

If you’re in Denmark and you wish to leave, do so as soon as possible by commercial means. Departure options are limited and key transit hubs between Denmark and Australia have closed or are restricted.

Foreign travellers aren’t allowed to disembark from cruise ships in Denmark. Check with your travel provider or tour company to check how your travel is affected.

The police have designated a number of locations as ‘hot spots’ and you should avoid these areas. Monitor the media for information on latest developments and follow the advice of local authorities.

Large gatherings are banned and authorities are monitoring public transport use to ensure overcrowding does not occur. Monitor the media for information on latest developments.

At all times, follow the advice of local authorities and minimise your risk of exposure to COVID-19. Stay in touch with family and friends so they know you’re safe and well.

The following information may not apply while COVID-19 travel restrictions are in place.

Denmark has temporary border controls at the border with Sweden and extend existing border controls at the border with Germany.

This includes ports with ferry connections to Sweden and Germany as well as land borders.

Sweden has similar controls in place.

Carry your passport and/or Danish residency permit when entering and exiting, even if arriving through a Schengen area.

Read the original advice at SmartTraveller.gov.au by Australian Government

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