Is Denmark border open?
To limit the spread of covid-19, the Danish government has introduced travel restrictions and border controls by the Danish borders. Non-danish citizens will have to provide a Covid Certificate upon entry in Denmark. Danish citizens and foreign nationals who live in Denmark will always be able to travel to Denmark.
Are there ghettos in Denmark?
For Denmark’s policymakers, neighborhoods like Vollsmose, in Odense, are problematic. The state officially labels such areas ghettos if they meet certain criteria on unemployment, crime, education levels, and income, and if more than 50% of residents are considered “non-Western.”
Where are the Danish ghettos?
In 2017, no area fulfilled all five criteria, but four districts fulfilled four criteria: Mjølnerparken in Copenhagen, Gadehavegård in Høje-Taastrup, Vollsmose in Odense and Gellerupparken/Toveshøj in Aarhus.
Can I enter Denmark if I am vaccinated?
Fully vaccinated people are exempt from the requirements to be tested and isolate on arrival in Denmark unless they have been in a red country/region during the 10 days preceding their arrival.
Can I fly to Denmark right now?
Fully vaccinated travelers from the United States may travel to Denmark for any reason, including for tourism, with proof you have been fully vaccinated with a European Medicines Agency (EMA)-approved vaccine and it has been 14 days or longer since your last vaccine shot.
Is Denmark a strict country?
It is very difficult to bail yourself out when caught breaking the laws in a foreign country. Guns, drugs, drinking and driving, and prostitution are some of the things that many countries take seriously. Denmark has strict laws that enable people to live in harmony at all times.
Can I enter Sweden from Denmark?
Regular entry requirements are now enforced for foreigners entering Sweden directly from Denmark, Finland, Iceland or Norway, meaning it is no longer necessary to be covered by an exemption or present a negative covid test. This is regardless of the foreigner’s citizenship.