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 > 

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:
  • 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.
Read more about the requirements - click here
 

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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If you want to make changes to a booking, then please contact us
by email: info@blushoj.com
or by phone: 8634 1238.