Today, July 1st, marks more changes in the Covid-19 restrictions in Denmark, e.g. from today a negative corona test is your corona passport for 96 hours (instead of 72).
Read more and keep yourself updated over the summer here.
If you and/or family members are travelling to Denmark as tourists this summer, you can find the latest rules here.
Updates on Coronavirus / COVID-19 - local for Vejle and overall from the Danish Authorities
Get tested in Vejle - days and locations during the summer
Find the overview of test facilities during the summer at the bottom of this web page.
NOTE that it is divided into even and uneven weeks - you can here find a calendar that shows what week we are in.
If you do not have a CPR number, check section below on "how to" get a test.
If you are a tourist travelling to Denmark you can find the rules here.
How to get tested if you are tourist or otherwise do not have a CPR
If you are in Denmark on a stay that does not require for you to have a CPR, you can still get tested for coronavirus / Covid-19.
It is the Region that handles all tests and your can at their website find information about how to get tested without a CPR.
To register for a temporary CPR/barcode go to covidresults.dk. Remember you have to show the barcode when going for the test.
Going to Vejle Municipality?
If you need to contact Borgerservice (citizen service) you need to do so via phone (0045) 76 81 00 00 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org .
You can also book a time to stop by - find more info here (site in Danish, choose language at top of page).
Being offered the vaccine when living in Denmark
When living in Denmark you will be offered the COVID-19 vaccine for free. This will be offered "by turn" and you will get a letter from the Danish Health Autority in your e-box.
At the site you can also find two videos; Information on Covid-19 vaccines and Can you trust what you read about Covid-19 vaccines?
If you are tested postitive for the corona/Covid-19 virus - or are a close contact to someone who is
The Danish Health Autorities have translated their advice on what to do if you are tested postitive.
If you are a close contact to a person who are tested postitive you are also adviced to act a certain way.
Where to find official Government information?
Danish Authorities have gather all information about the coronavirus/covid-19 at the sites linked to below. If you do not find the answer you are looking for you can call the Authorities’ corona hotline at 70 20 02 33.
Please note that the Danish Refugee Council has also set up hotlines in several languages - find the various phonenumbers here (each language has its own number). The hotlines are open between 17-19 (5-7pm).