Danida Fellowship Centre’s COVID-19 guidelines
Latest update: 16/3/22
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 all applicable COVID-19 measures and restrictions, as well as guidelines for how to get tested, and statistics about the spread of the virus in Denmark.
As of March 1, 2022, there are no longer COVID-19 restrictions in Denmark.
There will continue to be recommendations for the use of facemasks and corona passport, e.g. at hospitals and in elderly care. It is also still possible for private businesses and private cultural institutions as well as associations etc. to make such recommendations.
Nevertheless, please keep yourself up-to-date by checking current rules and regulations prior to any travels to and from Denmark.
If you have COVID-19 symptoms
If you have symptoms of COVID-19 and feel sick, we recommend that you get a PCR-test. You must then self-isolate in your accommodation until you feel better. Unless you feel particularly ill, there is no need to contact a doctor; however, if you are worried or have questions about what you should do, you should contact the relevant COVID-19 hotline here. Outside office hours, you can call the medical helpline in your region.
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 either remain in self-isolation or self-isolate immediately to prevent infecting others. You must also avoid close contact with other members of your accommodation. For how long you must stay in self-isolation depends on the severity of your symptoms – read about what applies to you here.
Please also make sure you let DFC know in case you test positive during your study stay in Denmark.
In case of other urgent matters concerning COVID-19, contact the DFC at +45 3536 1322.
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