This is stated in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ travel guidelines, which have just been updated.
At the same time, it appears that travel to Bulgaria is no longer discouraged.
The message comes after the infection rates in the countries have exceeded the Danish authorities’ limit for the number of people infected with coronavirus.
This means that more than 30 cases of infection per 100,000 inhabitants have been registered in the countries . The two EU countries thus go from ‘yellow’ to ‘orange’ on the ministry’s map of open and closed countries, where the orange are closed.
Unnecessary travel to all countries outside Europe is discouraged by the Danish authorities.
The recommendation from the Danish authorities is that Danes who are already in one of the countries complete their holiday as planned.
It is not necessary to go in 14-day quarantine after returning home, but travelers are encouraged to get tested when they land in Denmark.
The announcement comes two days before this year’s Tour de France kicks off this weekend. The first three days are the riders in Nice and in the Provence region, which with 57.3 infected per 100,000 inhabitants within the last week, is the hardest hit region in France.