ILF 2021 Conference: COVID-19 information
In Denmark, the COVID-19 situation is well under control, and currently more than 75% of the population is fully vaccinated.
Denmark has no restrictions concerning the number of persons gathering.
However; indoor events/venues when more than 200 persons are attending it is necessary to show your corona passport.
You will therefore be asked to show your Corona Passport at the conference.
Travelling to Denmark
In Denmark, the COVID-19 situation is well under control, and currently more than 72% of the population is fully vaccinated. You can enter Denmark even from yellow or orange countries if fully vaccinated, with a negative test or if previously tested positive for COVID-19. It is no longer mandatory to wear a facemask in Denmark but even though many restrictions have been abolished, the safe and comfort of the ILF participants is our absolute priority. The venue has integrated all necessary safe and relevant standard procedures and processes as well as specific protocols for essential tasks such as cleaning, food preparation etc.
From November 12 you will need a valid corona passport when entering the ILF conference venue, and at
• Nightclubs and discos
• Indoor restaurants, cafés etc. (not applicable to take away)
• Indoor events/venues when more than 200 persons are attending
A valid corona passport documents that you have either:
a. been vaccinated
b. previously infected within the last 6 months
c. that you can document a negative COVID-19 test taken within the last 96 hours (PCR) or 72 hours (rapid antigen).
If your documentation for corona passport is from abroad, you are able to use the documentation in Denmark provided it meets the rules for obtaining a Danish corona passport and that it is written in a language that the person inspecting your corona passport understands.
You are generally advised to bring an English translation of your corona passport.
Your foreign corona passport can be documented both electronically and by physical documents.
COVID-19-testing in Denmark is free of charge for all nationalities. All COVID-19 test centres can be found here.
Please find more information on COVID-19 travel rules in Denmark here.