There is bad news on the way for them, as in the near future have planned a holiday in Belgium or in Malta.
the Ministry of foreign affairs on Thursday updated its travel advice, and both countries have been added to the list of the so-called orange destinations, such as Denmark discourage non-necessary travel.
The Danish authorities do not recommend non-necessary travel, if there are over 30 new smittetilfælde pr. 100,000 inhabitants per week in the country.
Figures from the Statens Serum Institut (SSI) shows that the smittetallene for Belgium is of 32.5 new smittetilfælde pr. 100,000 inhabitants per week, while for Malta, is of 31.5.
If you come home from a orange destinations, you are encouraged to stay at home in 14 days.
Already on Monday, it emerged that Belgium had more infected than the Danish authorities agree to recommend travel.
The previous two weeks there had in Belgium averaged 31,5 infected a week per. 100,000 inhabitants.
Figures from The European Centre for disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) showed on Monday also, that Malta was close to cross the border.
Malta had at the time had about 29,3 cases a week per. 100,000 inhabitants according to the figures from the ECDC.
the Ministry of foreign affairs advises against in advance all non-necessary travel to Spain, Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Romania and Andorra because of smittetallene.
in Addition, advised against all non-necessary travel to Ireland, but because Ireland's quarantine regulations.