Home » Stories » Danida Fellowship Centre’s COVID-19 guidelines

Danida Fellowship Centre’s COVID-19 guidelines


Latest update: 21/03/2024

Danida Fellowship Centre’s COVID-19 guidelines

At the Danida Fellowship Centre, we follow the developments of COVID-19 closely.
We strongly recommend that Danida fellows always comply with the guidelines given by the Danish health authorities.
On the Danish Health Authorities’ Website you can get a quick overview of  COVID-19 guidelines, as well as information about relevant vaccines. Please note that vaccinations only apply for residents registered with a social security number in Denmark.
Please note that all public free of charge testing facilities are closed. PCR test is only available upon payment.

Home test kit can be purchased in pharmacies and drugstores everywhere.

There are no longer COVID-19 restrictions in Denmark.
DFC encourages all fellows to observe usual caution.

If you have COVID-19 symptoms
If you have symptoms of COVID-19 and feel sick, you can take a home test. Unless you feel particularly ill, there is no need to contact a doctor.

In case you feel severely ill, you may contact the emergency line. You will speak to a nurse, who will screen your situation via the phone and evaluate if you need to go to the hospital. In the Copenhagen area, the helpline is +45 1813.

If you test positive for COVID-19
If your test result comes back positive (positiv or påvist), you are infected with covid-19 and must observe usual caution, as if you were infected with any other virus. Stay home until you are free of symptoms, take reasonable measures in interaction with others and observe the development of your health in general.

In case of other urgent matters, contact the DFC office at +45 3536 1322.

Go back to our stories