Updated 15 January, 20:00
Latest information from the Danish authorities:
- If in Copenhagen, please follow authorities’ instructions on the Covid-19 situation.
- IMPORTANT: Denmark will restrict travel from all countries from 9 January 2021 to at least 7 February 2021. Please visit www.coronasmitte.dk for more information on the temporary restrictions and requirements.
- (Temporary travel restrictions in place from 9 January to 7 February 2021). The Danish border is currently open to citizens from some European Union countries and a number of countries outside of the EU. Check the official and updated list of countries defined as open or banned.
- (Temporary travel restrictions in place from 9 January to 7 February 2021). Visitors from countries defined as 'banned' must have a worthy purpose for entering Denmark.
- (Temporary travel restrictions in place from 9 January to 7 February 2021). You can enter Denmark for the purpose of attending meetings etc. as part of your job. Different restrictions apply.
- As of 6 January, general gatherings of up to 5 people are allowed in Denmark.
- It is mandatory to wear facemasks in all indoor public places and on public transport across the country. It is also mandatory to wear facemasks at bars, cafes and restaurants etc. although no masks are required when seated.
- As of 9 December, restaurants, bars, cafes, gyms, sports centres, and swimming pools are closed in Copenhagen and other municipalities. Restaurants and cafes are allowed to operate takeaway services. Indoor areas at amusement parks, zoos, aquariums, and similar types of attractions, as well as at museums, theatres, cinemas, and libraries, are also closed to the public.
- School children are currently sent home, with classes to take place online. The same restriction applies to all adult and further education, including upper secondary schools and universities.
- As of 25 December, all stores and shopping centres - with the exception of supermarkets and pharmacies - are closed.
- In case of cancellation due to the recommendation of the Danish authorities, you are advised to seek professional legal advice.
Measures and temporary adjustments introduced by Wonderful Copenhagen:
- Wonderful Copenhagen follows the recommendations of the Danish authorities and adjusts its efforts and activities accordingly. This includes ensuring a safe work environment for employees and adjusting the organisation’s own travel activities and tourism promotion activities internationally.
- In relation to Wonderful Copenhagen's participation on international platforms - trade fairs, sales events, conferences, etc. abroad - or in Denmark with foreign participation, each activity is assessed individually based on the authorities' recommendations.
- Through websites and other digital channels, Wonderful Copenhagen will inform international visitors and other groups about the Danish authorities' recommendations and restrictions in relation to Covid-19.
- Wonderful Copenhagen continues to monitor the Covid-19 situation closely and is committed to sharing relevant and accurate information on this site.
- Wonderful Copenhagen has established an internal task force that gathers and shares knowledge regarding Covid-19 both internally and externally. To ensure the full overview, the organisation is in contact with a wide array of local and international partners.
- If you have any questions related to the above, please contact Head of Corporate Communication Uffe Hartmann email@example.com
If you have specific questions related to an upcoming congress or meeting in Copenhagen please contact Director of Convention Kit Lykketoft firstname.lastname@example.org