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The Danish government has extended its current
restrictions on travel until and including 20 April 2021.
The country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the
extension means that business travel is discouraged until at least that date,
although there are a limited number of exceptions including the delivery of goods and
services in and out of the country.
Entry restrictions into the country are also being
extended until the same date, meaning arrivals will need a valid reason for
entering the country and must present a negative Covid test taken no more than
24 hours before arrival.
The Ministry said, “The
number of infections in the EU and Schengen has been steadily increasing over
the past few weeks and several countries are currently affected by a third wave
of infection. Denmark is in a better situation than most of Europe. Continued
restriction of travel activity is an essential element of the effort to control
the spread of infection.”
It said that it is
working to open up travel with digital Covid passports which are expected to be
ready by May and said it is pushing for a common EU solution before the summer.
The ministry will
make a decision on whether the ban should be extended before 15 April 2021.
Sweden is opening its borders for entry from
Denmark on 31 March.