Open for visits
We are open for visits at our nursing homes. The Danish Patient Authority have terminated the general visitation restrictions at nursing homes and 23-hour temporary services in the City of Copenhagen since the infection in society has fallen and most of the residents and personnel has been vaccinated.
You can visit residents at their own homes, potentially in visitation rooms and outdoor areas.
Tests, hygiene and distance
We will of course still have to adhere to guidelines for hygiene, distance, and protection equipment – even though most of the residents and personnel are vaccinated.
The health authorities recommend that everyone who is visiting a nursing home, or a 24-hour temporary service gets a quick test beforehand. And we hope that you will do this.
Read more about where you can get tested in Copenhagen.
You still must:
- Stay at home if you have any symptoms of illness, e.g. coughing, fever or something similar
- Use a face mask or a visor when you come to visit
- Sanitize hands upon arrival and departure, and leave if you are coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose during the visits. Please avoid (as far as possible) touching contact surfaces, table counters, doorknobs, decorations, etc.
- Keep your distance – if you cannot avoid physical contact, then keep it short and wash or sanitize your hands afterwards
- Cough or sneeze in your sleeve or a tissue – used tissues must be put in a garbage bag and closed immediately afterwards
- Spent as little time as possible in the nursing homes common areas
In case of a COVID-19 outbreak
Please notice that if COVID-19 has been found at the nursing home or the temporary 24-hour stay, visits may be restricted further or shut down. It is the Danish Patient Safety Authority who evaluates the situation in case infection has been detected and who decides if further restrictions are necessary.
Check and see if the individual nursing home or temporary 24-hour stay has any further visitation restrictions (in Danish).
You can also contact your family member's nursing home or temporary 24-hour care service if you have questions pertatining to visitation.
Find contact information for nursing homes (in Danish).
Contact Neurorehabilitation – Cph (in Danish).
Contact the Center for Rehabilitation and Emergency Care (in Danish).