Overall regarding Covid-19 in Denmark and at Aalborg University
Latest update: 24 February 2022
Official Information from Danish Authorities is available in English on the website of the Danish police
Travelling to denmark
The Danish travel restrictions may change before you arrive or during your stay. Please keep yourself updated using the travel guide below and by reading the information on the website of the Danish police and select "Travelling to Denmark".
If you are not sure how the entry information applies to your specific situation, please don't hesitate to contact the Arrivals Hotline of the Danish police that you'll find on the website of the Danish Police.
Curent rules in denmark
From 1 February 2022 there are no longer COVID-19 restrictions in Denmark. There will continue to be recommendations for the use of face masks and corona passport for an example 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 demands for eg corona passport or the use of a face mask /shield.
Current exchange student at Aalborg University
Current students including exchange students at Aalborg University receive relevant AAU-related corona information directly on their AAU-mail. This information, as well as answers to Frequently Asked Questions are also available on aau.dk/coronavirus (Danish and English versions on the same page).
Current (exchange) students that didn’t find answers on aau.dk/coronavirus are kindly asked to contact their study secretary for study related issues.
New or current exchange students with general, exchange related questions, please don’t hesitate to contact email@example.com