Sumary of Denmark adds nearly all of UK to its red list:
- Only travellers with a “worthy purpose” may enter Denmark from England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
- Unvaccinated arrivals from Wales must submit to the same rules, but fully vaccinated Welsh travellers can enter Denmark for all purposes, without the need to self-isolate.
- The UK currently classifies Denmark as an amber country, meaning returning travellers face 10 days’ quarantine and must take three Covid tests.
- However, as of 19 July, fully vaccinated Brits who’ve had their second dose at least 14 days prior and accompanying under 18s may forgo self-isolation when returning from nearly all amber countries (barring France).
- The UK’s downgrade in Denmark follows Bulgaria’s decision to ban British travellers.