Tourists from Skåne, Halland and Blekinge in Sweden as well as Schleswig-Holstein in Germany need from 27. June no longer meet a requirement for six nights in Denmark in order to be allowed to enter the country.
according to an update of information on going abroad, as the Ministry of foreign affairs has sent out Thursday.
- There will be a continued requirement for six-day nights ' accommodation for tourists in Denmark, unless you are residing in Schleswig-Holstein or Skåne, Halland or Blekinge, writes the Ministry of foreign affairs.
Since the end of may, the Danish authorities require that German and Norwegian tourists were required to present evidence that they have booked six nights in Denmark, before they were let into the country.
In the first place had the accommodation not be in the Copenhagen and Frederiksberg Municipality. It was, however, changed on Friday in the last week, so the nights in Copenhagen and Frederiksberg Municipality are also valid.
the Requirement of the six nights, coming from 27. June to apply to all tourists, according to a foreign ministry announcement Thursday.
the Rules about travelling to and from the nordic countries will be from the 27. June subject to a special set of rules.
For the united kingdom and countries in the european UNION's Schengen cooperation is going to apply a number of criteria, determines whether there is travel from country to Denmark.
But if a nordic country do not meet the criteria, the Danish authorities will make an assessment from region to region within countries.
For regions in for example Sweden, who meet the criteria, there will thus still be the green light, even though Sweden as a whole does not meet the criteria.
Of Schleswig-Holstein, Skåne, Halland and Blekinge, even if the region does not meet the criteria, you will be able to travel into Denmark from the regions, if you can produce a negative test, there is a maximum of 72 hours prior to entry.