Published 10-02-2021 - Last updated: 23-02-2021

Required test and self-isolation for ten days after entering Denmark

Denmark has tightened restrictions for all persons entering Denmark in order to limit the introduction and spread of more contagious variants of the coronavirus. Until further notice, the new restrictions apply until 28 February 2021.

All persons entering Denmark after having been staying abroad must now be tested for COVID-19 in connection with entering the country as well as self-isolating for ten days after entry.

A series of exceptions to these regulations will apply, and it also makes a difference whether you arrive in Denmark by plane or by crossing the border on land or by sea.

Read more about the requirements on en.coronasmitte.dk

Read more about how coronavirus affects applicants and other users of the Immigration Service and the Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI)