4 June 2021, it was announced that Denmark will open to fully vaccinated travelers from the US and UK already from 5 June.
Fully vaccinated meaning that they’ve had an EMA approved vaccine and that it has been at least 14 days since the final dose. There are no longer any restrictions in terms of ‘worthy purpose’, testing and isolation for these travelers.
Unvaccinated children traveling with vaccinated grown ups are also allowed entry, but will have to test. The same is the case for pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Here is an overview of some of the most interesting new openings that British and American travelers can now experience.
The authorities official COVID website is coronasmitte.dk/en. The authorities' new website for tourists traveling to Denmark is also available here where you can also find the statement on entry for vaccinated travelers from EU and OECD countries, including the UK and the US.
Please also not that you must bring proof of vaccination with you when traveling.
All the most recent photo material from Denmark here.
Please make sure to check with your local authorities regarding guidelines for testing and isolation when you return from traveling.