In an effort to curb the further spread of the COVID-19 mutation from the UK to Denmark, current restrictions have been extended.
The Justice Ministry announced last night that the more stringent measures for people based in the UK has been extended to at least January 17.
“We must do what is necessary to limit the spread of the mutated virus from the Uk to Denmark,” said justice minister, Nick Hækkerup.
The news means that foreigners based in the UK will not be allowed to enter Denmark, unless:
– the individual is the primary caregiver to a minor
– is in family or relationship with someone in Denmark who is seriously ill or dying
– the travel is related to the transportation of goods
Must produce test
Furthermore all individuals arriving from the UK who are not COVID-19 tested will not be allowed to fly to Denmark.
Anyone taking a flight to Denmark must produce a negative COVID-19 test taken within 24 hours of the flight.
Ushered in on December 25, the measures were initially due to be in effect until January 3.