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Belgium and Malta will be closed to Danish tourists

In the updated travel guide, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against unnecessary travel to Belgium and Malta.

In the updated travel guide, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against unnecessary travel to Belgium and Malta. This is due to too many people infected with covid-19 in the countries, and they have therefore become so-called orange destinations.

Figures from the Statens Serum Institut show that the infection rate for Belgium is 32.5 and for Malta it is 31.5 per 100,000 inhabitants.

Thus, they are above the criterion of a national infection rate of a maximum of 30, writes the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the press release.

You can stay in Belgium and Malta until your holiday is over, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs.

If you come home from an orange destination, you are encouraged to stay home for 14 days.

Both Belgium and Malta were formerly yellow destinations.

The ministry is now discouraging all unnecessary travel to the following seven countries: Andorra, Belgium, Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Malta, Romania and Spain due to infection rates.

In addition, travel to Ireland is not recommended due to the country’s quarantine rules.

From Saturday 15 August at 00.00 it will require a recognizable purpose to enter Denmark from Belgium, Malta, Andorra, Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Romania and Spain.

If you come home from an orange destination, you are encouraged to stay home for 14 days.

You can read more about the entry rules at the National Police .

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