COVID19: Partial reopening of Denmark

Closed restaurants and cafes, Photo by Mika Baumeister

This status will focus on: Stores Aarhus University in Herning Traveling restrictions Stores Most stores with areas of up to 5000m2 (not in shopping centers) can open from Monday 1st March. A range of restrictions to the staff and customers will follow. AUHE It is announced, that graduation classes at…

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COVID19: isolation failure will be fined

Stop! Social distance during Coron COVID19 pandemic, Photo by Artem Kniaz

Starting last night it is no longer a request/recommendation, but a legal requirement for both testing and isolation after entry into Denmark from abroad. Failure to do so can be fined by 3500 dkk. Source: en.coronasmitte.dk– At entry by air you need a fresh test before boarding and another test…

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COVID19: Extension of restrictions

Girl looking at the world through blindsPhoto by Sharon McCutcheon

All restrictions are extended until end of February. “Opening up will begin no earlier than some time in March, perhaps later, and opening will be slow and prioritized, where young kids return to school will be first priority and night life will be among the last.” Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen…

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COVID19: Border control – in the eyes of an international students

Are you a current or future international student in Denmark? Are your documents in order, and do you have an ACTIVE CURRENT address in Denmark? If not, the first students in that situation have already been refused at the borders and sent back at own expense. Don’t take the chance…

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