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Guidelines for travelling to Denmark for business

26.05.2020  07:00

If you are travelling to Denmark for business and do not have permanent residence in Denmark, we encourage you to organise your business travel and meetings in Denmark in a way that minimises the risk of becoming infected or spreading infection with novel coronavirus/COVID-19. See information material on travelling to Denmark for business here.

Please follow the 5 general advice from the Danish Health Authourity. We do not advise business travellers without permanent residence in Denmark to self-isolate for 14 days after arrival.

Limit the risk of spreading infection
It is important to organise your business travel and meetings in a way that minimises the risk of becoming infected with novel coronavirus/COVID-19. The best way you can help prevent the spread of infection is by following the Danish Health Authority’s five general advice and incorporating them into everything you do.

Most importantly: if you have symptoms, isolate yourself and contact medical services (see further details below).

The five general advice:

1: wash your hands often or use hand sanitiser

2: cough or sneeze into your sleeve

3: avoid handshakes, kisses on the cheek and hugs - limit physical contact

4: clean thoroughly – where you stay overnight and in the workplace

5: keep your distance and ask others to be considerate

You can find more information about novel coronavirus/COVID-19 in English on the homepage of the Danish Health Authority.