Culture and leisure – staying safe in the corona pandemic

Read here how COVID-19 is affecting the use of the City of Copenhagen’s facilities and institutions managed by Kultur- og Fritidsforvaltningen.

Updated 1 February 2022

From 1 February 2022, Covid-19 is no longer categorized as a socially critical disease and all restrictions are lifted from culture and leisure.

Recommendations for preventing the spread of Covid-19

The authorities are still recommending to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Also, a corona passport may still be required by private businesses and private cultural institutions. However, this is not the case for public institutions and facilities, etc.

Find out more at the Ministry of Culture (in Danish) and the Danish Health Authority.

For clubs and associations and night schools in particular

A few school rooms normally available to clubs, associations and night schools may still be in use as a testing facilities.

Read about conditions that apply particularly to clubs, associations, and night schools

Help with the national aid packages

For information and guidance concerning the national aid packages, please see the Ministry of Culture website.   

Compensation schemes for the culture sector (in Danish)


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