Covid 19


Updated 18 April 2022

From 1 February 2022, there are no longer COVID-19 restrictions in Denmark; therefore, we are saying farewell to the restrictions and welcoming to life as we knew it before corona.

This is not without risk. Please be aware that the virus continues to be highly prevalent in most countries, including Denmark. Health authorities continue to recommend vaccination and hygiene measures as the safest way to avoid infection or severe illness if exposed to the virus.

Since there are also no COVID-19 related restrictions on entry into Denmark, in this section, you will find information on testing and everyday precautions.

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Disclaimer: The information mentioned in this section might not be updated or correspond to the current facts, covid measures and restrictions. We advise seeking information on official covid-19 websites such as the government’s health and travel entities. Each attendee is entirely responsible for knowing and complying with the current measures and restrictions. We are always available to support you in obtaining and understanding the Covid-19 rules and restrictions and what to do in case of infection.


There are no COVID-19 related restrictions on entry into Denmark.

Please remember to make sure you check and comply with the restrictions on returning to your home country (including stopovers).


General COVID-19 restrictions no longer apply in Denmark. However, onboard airplanes, you may meet requirements regarding COVID-19 certificate, and when visiting hospitals, you may meet requirements regarding face masks.

Please be aware that businesses and private cultural institutions are allowed to make their own requirements regarding face masks, COVID-19 Certificates etc. Please comply with such requirements.

See all rules and regulations

General guidance from the Danish Health Authorities to prevent infection

  1. Get vaccinated
  2. Stay at home (this is obviously not the case for most of our attendees)
  3. Keep your distance
  4. Open windows and doors and ventilate your home regularly
  5. Wash hands frequently or use hand sanitiser
  6. Clean thoroughly, especially surfaces that are touched by many people


The convention’s hotel, Villa Copenhagen, follows the Danish government’s current rules and regulations.


  • You do not need to present a valid Corona pass.
  • Face masks are not mandatory.
  • Hand sanitisers are distributed throughout the premises of the hotel.
  • We, the Host, will especially distribute face masks througout the convention’s main areas.
  • Regulations for distancing, sitting, and standing will no longer apply.

See all hygiene procedures at the hotel


If you need to get a COVID-19 test, use this map of all PCR test sites i Denmark.

If you are not a resident in Denmark, you need to register at to get a test and to see your test result.

It is not possible to get a rapid antigen test at the PCR test sites. You may be able to find private providers offering rapid antigen tests for a fee.

There are abundant self-test kits for sale in pharmacies and even supermarkets.


If you test positive for COVID-19, you should self-isolate as soon as possible and follow the Danish Health and Medicines Authority’s current recommendations for self-isolation.

You don’t have to notify your close contacts.

If your positive test is a self-test, you do not have to take a confirmative PCR-test.

Guide: If you have tested positive