There are now no coronavirus-related travel restrictions in place for tourists visiting Denmark. The country’s ministry of health confirmed in a statement that the last remaining rules would be lifted on March 29.
Most travel restrictions were lifted in February, but some remained in place especially for unvaccinated travelers arriving from outside the EU or Schengen area. Throughout March, some groups had still been required to take a Covid-19 test within 24 hours of arriving in Denmark.
A boost for Denmark travel
The news is sure to be a boost to Denmark’s travel industry ahead of a summer season that some in the industry are predicting could be
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