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Important info Corona information to all companies working with Denmark:

Denmark remains open for business

The Danish Government has implemented border control at all of Denmark’s borders as part of the effort to curb the spread of Covid-19. Persons wishing to enter Denmark must expect to be rejected at the Danish borders, including in Danish airports, unless they have a worthy purpose for entering. In the context of trade relations, a worthy purpose (anerkendelsesværdigt formål) for entering is understood as:

  • Persons residing or working in Denmark, including self-employed entrepreneurs performing work in Denmark
  • Persons commissioned to deliver goods or services to Denmark or transport goods out of Denmark

It is important to emphasize to all companies working with Denmark that Denmark remains open for business. Freight transport will be able to access Denmark in order to not disrupt the necessary supply chains including food supply, as well as to maintain Denmark's imports and exports of goods and services from and to other countries that is important to uphold the Danish economy.

"Denmark is taking the necessary steps to address corona. While tourism is temporarily paused, the inflow of goods and services remains open. We remain an outward-looking country open for business."
Jeppe Kofod, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Denmark

Despite Denmark’s closed borders to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the Danish government has set up fast tracks for import and export of goods and services to guarantee continued cross-border trade between Denmark and foreign companies.


"It is crucial for companies and the Danish society that the borders are open for transportation of goods. The borders will remain open for persons commissioned to provide goods or services in Denmark and trucks will be able to cross the border into and out of Denmark,"
the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Jeppe Kofod, continues.
The Danish authorities are continuously assessing the potential need for further measures regarding entry into Denmark. For updates on current measures (in Danish), see the website coronasmitte.dk

Read more about the corona/Covid-19 situation here:

The Danish authorities are continuously assessing the potential need for further measures regarding entry into Denmark. For updates on current measures (in Danish), see the website coronasmitte.dk

FAQ of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark:

https://um.dk/en/travel-and-residence/coronavirus-covid-19/

The latest news from Danish authorities:

https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark's Citizen Service

For general advice about travel and foreign affairs.

Call +45 33921112

Email: bbb@um.dk

Danish Business Authority’s hotline for Danish companies (in Danish):

https://virksomhedsguiden.dk/erhvervsfremme/content/temaer/coronavirus_og_din_virksomhed/

Fact sheets from the Danish Ministry of Employment

Wage compensation scheme: Click to download fact sheet

Guarantee scheme for new loans: Click to download fact sheet

Temporary deferral of payment deadlines for VAT, AM contributions and A-tax: Click to download fact sheet

Compensation scheme for cancelled events: Click to download fact sheet

Compensation scheme for lost revenue: Click to download fact sheet

Fixed cost compensation scheme: Click to download fact sheet

Hotline in regards to business travel to Denmark

Foreigners will be rejected at the Danish borders unless they have a worthy purpose in Denmark. Find out what purposes can be characterized as "worthy" here:

https://politi.dk/coronavirus-i-danmark/hotline

If you need to travel into or through Denmark, you will be able to get answers to most of your questions on the above mentioned website. If you cannot find the answers, the Danish police have established a hotline for answering questions about what is a worthy purpose for entering or passing through Denmark.

Call +45 70206044