Blushøj Camping og COVID-19
Opdateret 07. maj 2021
I forbindelse med COVID-19/Corona gælder myndighedernes retningslinjer for ophold i det offentlige rum på campingpladsen. Der er adgang til toiletter og baderum, men vi opfordrer til at campingpladsens gæster, såvidt det er muligt, benytter faciliteterne i egen vogn.
Informationer og gode råd om opholdet:
Læs mere om reglerne på den officielle side: coronasmitte.dk
Information for our foreign guests
Entry into Denmark - Yellow, orange and red countries
The world is divided into colors and most EU countries are yellow.
See a list of the countries and their color codes - click here
Especially for pre-vaccinated
Fully vaccinated persons residing in EU and Schengen countries who have proof of a final vaccination issued in an EU and Schengen country are exempt from the requirement of recognised purposes, pre-entry and on entry into Denmark. They are also exempt from requirements testing and isolation after entry into Denmark.
The following requirements shall be met:
Read more about the requirements - click here
The vaccine must be approved by the European Medicines Agency( EMA).
A minimum of 2 weeks and a maximum of 180 days have passed since the vaccination process was carried out.
AstraZeneca as the first plug and second approved vaccine as the second plug also applies as completed vaccination course.
You must be permanently resident in an EU or Schengen country and have completed the vaccination in an EU or Schengen country
You may not enter from regions and countries that are red at the time of entry.
If you don't have an approved vaccination
Entry - yellow countries
Foreign guests who have permanent residence in yellow countries and yellow Nordic countries must travel into Denmark with a certificate of a negative COVID-19 test, regardless of the purpose of entry. The test must be taken a maximum of 24 hours before entry. Foreign guests from yellow countries can come to Denmark without purpose. Foreign guests must have taken a test before they arrive, and no later than 24 hours after arrival in Denmark, they must have taken a new test.
English: List of requirements to be met to enter Denmark
How can foreign guests be tested in Denmark?
Foreign guests visiting Ebeltoft can call:
Central Jutland Region - Phone: 78 42 42 42
Weekdays at 8-16,
weekends and holidays at 9-13
Info on web: Read more here >
How can foreign guests get an answer to a test in Denmark?
There are 2 types of COVID tests in Denmark: Quick-test/Fast-test and PCR test
If you have had a Quick test, you can get the answer immediately.
Otherwise by providing telephone number or email.
If you must have taken a PCR test, or want a written answer to a Quicktest, you must register at covidresults.dk.
Blushøj Camping recommends using the PCR test, as this gives a more correct result.
Guide to Covidresult.dk
You must register as a user on Covidresults.dk before you are PCR-tested at a public test center in Denmark.
To do this, follow these steps:
You enter your email address on the front page of Covidresults.dk and click on the activation link that you receive in your email
You provide your name, nationality and telephone number and accept use of the website
You need to enable an extra layer of security. Select SMS "Enable". You will receive an SMS code
You choose a password that you can remember
Once you have been registered as a user, you can be tested at a TestCenter Denmark test station and subsequently see the answer on Covidresults.dk.
You do not need to make an appointment for a test.
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or by phone: 8634 1238.