Fully-vaccinated free to roam: but only to Rome if it’s orange

No need to quarantine after returning from abroad for up to 180 days after getting the vaccine

Since Saturday, new rules have applied to people who are fully vaccinated and want to travel abroad. 

Those who are fully vaccinated can travel to orange countries without requirements for testing and isolation after returning home.

This is part of the phase two of the gradual reopening of travel activities in and out of Denmark.

Rules apply after 14 days
These rules don’t apply immediately after completing your vaccination process. You’re allowed to travel after a minimum of 14 days and a maximum of 180 days, without the need for isolation and testing after returning home.

The rules only apply to those who have received an EMA-approved vaccine – the Danish vaccination program is EMA-approved – are a permanent resident of an EU/Schengen country and have completed their vaccination program there.

For more details on the new rules, read here





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