Denmark allows Restriction-Free entry for Poland

The Danish authorities have announced that since May 29, arrivals from two countries and eight regions of European Union Member States will be granted restriction-free entry into Denmark.

The relaxation of the restrictions follows the decision from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, which has updated the travel guidelines for several EU and Schengen Area countries by moving the following countries and regions from the orange list to the yellow one:

The authorities reiterated that the country’s travel guidelines are updated weekly based on the figures from the Statens Serum Institut (SSI).

However, no other countries or regions have moved from one list to another as the Danish authorities have evaluated that the epidemiological situation in other countries has not improved or worsened during the last weeks, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

On the other hand, arrivals from an EU/Schengen Area country placed in the orange list are permitted to enter Denmark for non-essential purposes, but they still need to undergo self-isolation and testing requirements. Nonetheless, those who prove that they have been vaccinated against COVID-19 or have recovered from the virus are exempt from the requirements.

The Ministry advises against all unnecessary travel to countries that keep strict restrictions for travellers from Denmark

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