Ministry of foreign affairs opens the borders and relaxes travel advice for almost all EU countries. The border remains closed for tourists from Portugal and parts of Sweden.
It shows a recently published statement from the Statens Serum Institut.
the Opening of the borders valid from Saturday, 27. June and is based on some objective criteria. It was a model which the government presented last week.
One of the criteria is that the number of infected people in a country must be under 20 infected individuals per 100,000 inhabitants.
the List of open countries will be updated every week.
- Today's easing of rejsevejledningen shows that both Denmark and most of Europe is a considerably better place than we had dared to hope for just a short time page, says foreign minister Jeppe Kofod (S).
There is a requirement that tourists must have booked at least six nights in Denmark in order to be allowed to get over the border.
Persons with a so-called creditable purpose will continue to be allowed entry regardless of whether the country is categorized as open.
Since 13. march, the Ministry of foreign affairs as a starting point advised against all non-necessary trips abroad. With the updated travel advice is no longer the case for most countries.
however, There are countries, Ministry of foreign affairs continues to advise against travel to.
It applies to Ireland, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Sweden and the Uk. It is due to smittetryk or local restrictions on admission and significant karantænekrav.
The new rejsevejledningskort shows, where the 'motley' situation remains, the minister says.
- There are still pockets with a high number of new infections and there are still countries with entry restrictions. Europe is not over Coronakrisen yet, and it is important that you take precautions and follow health and hygiejneråd on the journey.
advice to travelers are only recommendations. It is therefore not illegal, if you do not follow them.