Travel Restrictions From Europe Reinstated
As part of the ongoing efforts to control the spread of the Corona virus, travel restrictions are being tightened on both sides of the Atlantic.
As of February 7th the Danish Government has enforced mandatory testing and a subsequent 10-day isolation for all persons entering Denmark. To read more about the new restrictions and mandatory isolation, please visit this website.
In the U.S., the Biden Administration has reinstated travel restrictions for foreign nationals who have been present in the Schengen Area (Denmark), United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, Brazil, China, and Iran. Travelers from these countries and areas are suspending from entering the United States.
Fortunately, business travelers with a valid visa or ESTA can still apply for a national interest exception (NIE). To read more on the current visa application rules and restrictions, visit the U.S. Embassy in Denmark’s website.
In Denmark, all travelers must have a negative COVID-19 test taken within 24 hours prior to travel, in order to board a flight bound for Denmark.
To read more about the current travel restrictions for entering Denmark, please visit the Danish foreign Ministry’s website.