European country drops all Covid rules for Brits – regardless of vaccination status

European country drops all Covid rules for Brits – regardless of vaccination status


DENMARK is the latest country to drop all its Covid rules for Brits – regardless of their vaccination status.

In February, Denmark dropped the requirement for vaccinated Brits to show proof of a negative Covid test to enter.

Unvaccinated Brits still needed to take a Covid test within 24 hours prior to arriving.

However, as of yesterday, no one needs to take any Covid tests or quarantine on arrival in Denmark.

Additionally, travellers are no longer required to wear face masks or use Covid passes to enter bars or restaurants.

The rule change makes Denmark the first EU nation to abolish all restrictions related to the pandemic, following in the footsteps of the UK.

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The Foreign Office website has been updated and states: "There are no Covid-19 related requirements regarding test or self-isolation when entering Denmark."

Danish authorities do reserve the right to reintroduce travel restrictions at short notice if new Covid variants are discovered.

According to local media, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Health said: "The so-called 'handbrake' can be activated if concerning variants emerge.

"The handbrake is not activated for any countries at this time."

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It's more good news for Brits with holiday plans as an increasing number of popular destinations relax Covid rules.

Spain has ditched Covid testing and quarantine rules for anyone who has mild symptoms of the virus or those who are asymptomatic.

The Canary Islands – which include Tenerife, Lanzarote and Gran Canaria – are operating with no Covid restrictions for the first time since the pandemic began.

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Gibraltar has scrapped all testing rules along with the requirement for arrivals to fill in a passenger locator form.

And the Maldives has ditched all Covid tests for Brits, regardless of there vaccination status.

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