BRITS hopes coming to Denmark can now do so without any checks, as the country has removed all travel restrictions.
Currently, travelers arriving from the UK need to take a Covid test to enter the country, even if they have been vaccinated.
From tomorrow this rule will be dropped – so Brits can go to Denmark without the need to isolate or have any Covid tests.
The country’s Health Ministry confirmed: “Temporary stricter requirements for pre-entry testing, which were introduced on December 27, are now being phased out.”
“General entry restrictions that were previously in effect prior to the enactment of tightened temporary entry restrictions will continue from Tuesday, February 1, and temporarily until February 28, 2022.”
Britons will have to be fully vaccinated to gain entry or proof of recovery from Covid.
Anyone who doesn’t have either of these will still be required to have a PCR test or an internal flow test within 24 hours of entry, as well as quarantine upon arrival.
This is because the UK remains on Denmark’s “high risk” list.
Children under 15 are exempt from all testing and isolation rules.
The country is also lifting some of their other restrictions. including curfews for bars and restaurants as well as mandatory mask wearing.
Here’s what you can expect from a holiday to Denmark right now – Includes a Camp Adventure trip.
Denmark is not the only country easing their travel restrictions.
We have rounded 34 countries Britons can enter without having to be tested for Covid.
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