Just a few days after announcing that all Covid-19 related restrictions within the country would be lifted, Denmark has reintroduced its travel ban on U.S. residents who are not fully vaccinated. The new rules come into force from 4pm on September 4.
The move comes after an EU recommendation to restrict U.S. arrivals, which EU members can decide to implement or not. Denmark’s Scandinavian neighbors Sweden introduced a similar ban last week, but Denmark has chosen to include an important exemption for vaccinated travelers.
Vaccinated travelers still welcome from the U.S.
Denmark’s latest adjustment to its entry rules saw the U.S. along with five other countries reclassified to
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