Daycare and school
Updated September 20th 2021 at 14:20
Nurseries, kindergartens and daycares are open as normally with an extra focus on hygiene.
School and after school offers are open for all students in all grades. All students who have reached the age of 12, and who have not been vaccinated, are strongly encouraged to be tested on an ongoing basis. Read more on this page about offers of quick test
Infection and close contacts
Both children and adults must stay home if they have symptoms of COVID-19. If a child has been infected with COVID-19, it is important to inform the school or the daycare institution, and child must be kept at home. You can read more at the Danish Health Authority. You can also contact Coronahotline for infection detection and if you have any questions. You can find contact info here (in Danish).
Follow the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ travel guides if you or your family will be traveling. The guides will be updated continuously and divide countries and regions in green, yellow, orange and red. The colors have an influence on whether you upon entry need to get tested and go into isolation.
Find the specific travel guidelines at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' website.
Read more about travelling at Coronasmitte.