Denmark now allows unrestricted entry for travelers from the Netherlands, Latvia, Estonia and Hungary
Arrivals from the Netherlands, Latvia, Estonia and Hungary will now be allowed to enter Denmark without being subject to the testing or quarantine requirement, as countries have been moved to the green list .
Such a move was announced by the Danish Foreign Ministry, which noted that the newly updated measures have been valid since July 3, reports SchengenVisaInfo.com.
With the exception of the four countries mentioned above, the Spanish regions of Navarre and the Basque Country are now on the green list, which means that arrivals from both regions can enter Denmark without restriction.
At the same time, the ministry announced that several countries and regions had been moved to the yellow list:
Countries and regions of Europe / Schengen: Cyprus, the Spanish regions of Catalonia, Melilla and Valencia
Non-European countries / Schengen: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Jordan, Kosovo, Moldova and Montenegro
Albania, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Rwanda and Serbia were also moved to the yellow list in a previous announcement.
“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs travel guidelines for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Jordan, Kosovo, Moldova and Montenegro will change from orange to yellow for these countries and territories. However, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Brunei, Canada and Qatar continued to impose significant entry restrictions on travelers from Denmark, so they will continue to be shaded orange in the guidebook. trip “, the ministry statement reads.
Just like arrivals from Green List countries and regions, all people arriving from any of the countries / regions mentioned above are no longer required to meet the quarantine requirement. However, they still have to undergo COVID-19 tests before entering Danish territory.
Rather, Denmark has decided to continue to keep strict restrictions in place for arrivals from countries on the Red List, also known as the COVID High Risk List.
Based on figures provided by the Statens Serum Institut, the following regions and countries have been on the red list since July 3:
Countries and regions of Europe / Schengen: the French overseas territory of French Guinea
Non-European countries / Schengen: Russia, Chile, Suriname, Uruguay, Colombia, Paraguay, Argentina, Costa Rica, Panama and Namibia
Non-European regions and urban areas / Schengen: Scotland, the English regions of the North West, North East, Yorkshire and the Humber
Denmark has already entered its final phase of the reopening plan on June 26, allowing unrestricted entry for travelers from most EU countries and several other third countries.
With Denmark being one of the first countries to start issuing and verifying the EU COVID passport, Danes can now travel to EU / Schengen area countries as long as they have been immunized against the virus, provide a negative coronavirus test result, or provide proof of recovery.