Update 2021-02-24 (2): According to further reports, Danish travel restrictions have been extended until at least 05 April. Travel to and from all countries is discouraged, which means that entries are only possible with a valid reason for travelling. In addition, a negative test no more than 24 hours old is required.
Persons from the German and Swedish border areas require a test that is no more than 72 hours old or, if no valid reason for travel can be presented, a negative test that is no more than 24 hours old.
Update 2021-02-24 (1): According to media information from Wednesday (24 February), Denmark will relax its COVID-19 restrictions as of Monday (01 March). For instance, many shops will be allowed to reopen. The same applies to open-air cultural institutions as long as visitors can present a negative COVID-19 test, no older than 72 hours. The maximum number of participants for outdoor sports and club activities will be raised to 25.
Additionally, hairdressers and other service providers will also be allowed to reopen on the island of Bornholm. However, there will be a COVID-19 test requirement.