BDP has still an increased focus on safety while keeping a strong dedication to sustainability and creating unforgettable experiences. As we are all steering through uncharted waters, we decided to create this page to collect relevant information to keep you updated. We hope to see you again soon.
Explore all 5 categories of having a safe and memorable visit to Copenhagen and don’t hesitate to follow the links in the pictures to further explore the topics and read up-to-date information from the authorities.
Joining Wonderful Copenhagen’s campaign, we couldn’t agree more: It’s time to meet in Copenhagen.
HORESTA’s Safe To Visit stickers help us to pick the venues which fulfill the authorities’ guidelines.
As much as we all would like to cancel 2020, we now have to live together with new restrictions and adjust to the new normal.
Denmark classifies countries into two groups, open countries and banned countries. From open countries, everybody except for people with clear symptoms of Coronavirus can enter Denmark. Click on the image to see the current classification.
Residents in banned countries can enter Denmark only with a worthy reason which can be looked up here.
It is possible to take a free COVID-19 test at the airport and foreign nationals are contacted in case of a positive result. No news are good news! Click on the image to read more details about the test centre.
It is compulsory to wear a medical mask covering the nose and the mouth in the terminals, and all means of public transportation. Click on the image to read the guidelines and recommendations regarding wearing face masks.
It is obligatory to wear a face mask on all means of public transportation, during taxi rides and in hotels, restaurants and bars. Click on the image above the access the Danish Health Authority’s recommendations and guidelines regarding the use of masks.
Click here to check the most updated list of regulations regarding wearing a mask.
Copenhagen and BDP take pride in sustainability and cleanliness even during these hard times so please dispose of your mask in a responsible way, by cutting the strips and placing into one of the many garbage cans. Cutting the elastics is important so that animals can’t get strangled in case the used mask won’t make it to one Denmark’s modern waste management facilities.
Other than the compulsory mask, the above is to be followed regarding using public transportation.
Check the restrictions on social gatherings here.
New Normal includes keeping physical distance and following signs about walking directions in public spaces. Everybody should sneeze and cough into the sleeve and we must limit physical contact. Hand sanitisers are broadly available throughout the city.
In case of feeling ill, the following steps should be taken.