Denmark is now open for fully vaccinated travelers from OECD countries, which includes the United States.
Travelers from the U.S. can enter Denmark if they have been fully vaccinated with a European Medicines Agency (EMA)-approved vaccine. It must be 14 days or longer since the last vaccine shot.
Travelers to Denmark must provide documentation that they are fully vaccinated, which includes: name, date of birth, what disease you were vaccinated against, the vaccine name, your vaccination status, and the date of the vaccination (both first and second dose if your vaccine had more than one dose).
For more information, visit visitdenmark.com/travel-trade.
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