The Danish authorities announced the removal of Uruguay and Romania from Denmark’s list of countries that are epidemiologically safe.
According to the press release from the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, arrivals from these countries are required to undergo stricter entry requirements, while the Spanish region of the Canary Islands and Campania in Italy is placed in the green category, TheSchengen.com reports.
“In Spain, the Canary Islands change from yellow to green in the travel guide. The same goes for the Campania region of Italy. This means that Danish travelers – regardless of their vaccination status – can travel on holiday without having to take the test when they return to Denmark.” .
Travelers arriving in Denmark from green countries are completely free from any restrictions if they have been vaccinated against COVID-19 with one of the vaccines authorized for use in Denmark or if they were previously infected with the virus.
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Also, arrivals from yellow countries are not subject to any entry restrictions if they have been vaccinated with the COVID vaccine or have recently contracted the virus. Unvaccinated people who have not recovered from COVID-19 are required to be tested for COVID-19 once they arrive in the country.
Currently, Denmark’s yellow list includes the following countries:
Romania Ukraine Moldova Greece Spain Portugal France Italy several regions Switzerland Austria Slovenia Croatia Bosnia and Herzegovina Germany Belgium Netherlands Ireland Sweden Estonia
Furthermore, the European countries on Denmark’s dark orange list consist of the following:
Iceland Norway Finland United Kingdom Latvia Lithuania Belarus Slovakia
Furthermore, unvaccinated people who have not recovered from the virus from Orange Category countries must undergo a second test after entry and remain isolated for ten days.
Green Category countries, in which travelers are required to follow any restrictive entry requirement, including the following countries:
Czech Republic Poland Hungary Schleswig-Holstein, Germany (DE) Azores, Spain Lombardy, Piedmont, Lazio, Abruzzo, Molise, Campania, Puglia regions of Italy
According to data from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, 89.6 percent of the Danish population had received at least an injection of the COVID-19 vaccine, while 87.6 percent of the population had been fully vaccinated, as of September 19, which is higher than the EU/region average. European economic.
The country recorded 313 new cases of infection in the past 24 hours, and two deaths, which is equivalent to 353 thousand and 744 cases, since the outbreak of the epidemic, according to the World Health Organization.