We are looking forward to welcome attendees from around the world to NCDV 2022. We are closely monitoring the situation to ensure the health and safety of all participants of NCDV 2022 in Copenhagen.
As of March 29th, 2022, Denmark has removed all COVID-19 restrictions.There are no COVID-19 related requirements regarding test or self-isolation when entering Denmark, and there are no restrictions on the number of people that can gather for a meeting or conference, no mandatory masks, and no COVID-19 passport requirements. COVID-19 has been declared a non-critical disease in Denmark. This is based on low hospitalisation numbers and high vaccination numbers.
People are still encouraged to remember good habits, though. There will be hand sanitizers available at the venue.
We strongly recommend all attendees refer to the guidance issued by the Danish Authorities where you will be able to find all the updated information about COVID-19 restrictions for entering Denmark.
See information about rules and restrictions here: https://en.coronasmitte.dk/
If you need to get tested there are several opportunities.
- Falck Test Centre: offering antigen test, PCR-test and antibody-test for payment.
- Region Hovedstaden Test Centre: offering free PCR-test.
Health Centre Nørreport (open 24 hours a day)
- PCR test (with and without appointment). Price: Answer 1-3 hours 795 DKK / Answer within 24 hours 495 DKK.
- Quick test (without appointment). Price: 145 DKK.
Address: Nørre Voldgade 106, st. tv, 1358 København K.
More information can be found here.
PCR test sites offered by the Danish authorities
- Værkstedvej 56, 2500 Valby.
- Vingelodden 6, 2200 København N.
Please note that as a non-Danish citizen, you have to register on Covidresults.dk before showing up at the PCR-test centre.
Opening hours and more information can be found here.