Denmark has lifted COVID-19 restrictions

In Denmark, all anti-coronavirus restrictions were lifted on January 31. Denmark is currently the first EU country to lift COVID-19 restrictions.

In Denmark, masks and COVID passports are no longer required. Additionally, the opening hours at bars and restaurants are not limited. Nightclubs are also reopening, and restrictions on the number of people inside the building have been lifted.

However, some restrictions remain on visitors to the country, especially unvaccinated tourists from countries outside the Schengen area.

Restrictions were removed despite the high incidence of coronavirus infection. As of January 31, about 27.6 thousand cases of infection were registered in the country. In Denmark, more than 80% of the population has received both doses of the vaccine while approximately 60% have been vaccinated with a booster dose.