Danish authorities have updated Covid-19 travel regulations. Three Covid-19 tests and isolation are now required for people travelling to Denmark to work.
The first test must be done a maximum of 24 hours before the time of entry. Only people who can present a negative test may enter Denmark. Once they have arrived at their place of residence, they must go into isolation for ten days. They can come out of isolation to do their job or transport themselves to/from work. Outside working hours, they must remain in isolation.
The second test must be done a maximum of 24 hours after entry to Denmark. The third test must be a PCR test performed no earlier than 48 hours and no later than 96 hours after the traveller has entered Denmark. If this PCR test is negative, the person may come out of isolation outside working hours.
As of January 18, a weekly test is required to go into a Danish DFDS office to work. This test qualifies as the third test mentioned above.
Anyone planning to come to Denmark to work for DFDS must contact HR Admin in Denmark before arrival to secure the planning of tests.