About 300 danes are still stranded abroad, where, because of the outbreak of the corona virus has a difficult journey home to Denmark.
this was stated by The foreign ministry's Citizen service.
the Ministry of foreign affairs under the coronakrisen had a central inventory of the total number of cases of the danes, the so - called krisedatabase.
But as more and more people have found their way back to Denmark, is the number of cases has decreased.
And thus work has become more 'normalised', informs the Ministry of foreign affairs.
It will say it in the first place is the Danish embassies and consulates around the world, performing tasks to help stranded danes.
Therefore, there shall be kept at the present time only the central statistics over the stranded danes in India, Pakistan, Iraq and Colombia.
This is because in these countries there remains a large number of danes, who, because of local restrictions or whose flights are cancelled can not get home.
In these four countries is that overall, registered around 300 stranded danes.
in Addition, the state department has knowledge of between 100 and 150 danes, who are stranded in other countries in the world.
But most of them have 'big attachment to the country they are staying in', informs the ministry.
The 25. march - shortly after that Denmark and several other countries had begun to close the borders - was around 1800 danes registered as standede abroad.
The challenging situation with closed airports, cancelled flights and closed borders resulted in the Ministry of foreign affairs had to assist with special flights.
In the middle of april the Danish authorities helped nearly 500 citizens home with Danish special flights and over 900 danes were helped on board other countries ' special flights.