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COVID-19 information

Find an overview of official information ressources on COVID-19 from the Danish authorities here.

COVID-19 info

Coronasmitte.dk - The Danish authorities' joint website about COVID-19 with status on restrictions etc.

Entry into Denmark - Information on official entry requirements on the joint website of Danish authorities.

Health information - Information from The Danish Health Authorities about symptoms, vaccines etc. 

Traveling - Travel advice from The Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Contact tracing app - information about the COVID-19 tracing app Smittestop

COVID-19 in Odense - Information from the local municipality;

COVID-19 hotlines - an overview of hotlines to call

How to book a test in Odense:

Please be aware:

- All tests are free of charge.
- You need to bring your health insurance card (yellowcard) and wear a mask or face shield. 
- Call your GP if you need to book a test for a child below age 2, or if you have symptoms that require consultation by a doctor. 

Find an overview of all the testing centers in Denmark here.

Do not have CPR number yet?

Please read the updates on how to get tested by Region of Southern Denmark here.

PCR-test (throat swab):

If you show symptoms or are identified as close contact to someone infected, you need to book a PCR-test. 
You will usually get the answer within 48 hours.

You must book an appointment in advance at coronaprover.dk

Test center address: Billedskærervej 15, 5230 Odense M.

Antigen test (nose swab): 
The antigen test (frequently reffered to as a rapid test) can be used when you do not show any symptoms, nor are identified as close contact with anyone infected. 
The antigen test will give an answer within 10-15 min.
Only people age 12 and older can get this test. Children under age 15 need to be accompanied by an adult. 

You do not have to book an appointment in advance.
Test center address: Ørbækvej 101, 5220 Odense SØ. Find opening hours here.

Pop-up antigen test

There are additional 13 places in Odense, where you can get an antigen test (frequently reffered to as a rapid test). 
The pop-up testing facilities are open to all, and you do not have to book in advance.
Some of the pop-up testing facilities are open everyday, some are open Monday to Friday. Please find an overview of the pop-up testing facilities here.

Find information about the Danish healthcare system here.