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The restrictions that apply to institutions of higher education are extended until 31 January

On the basis of a recommendation from the Epidemics Commission, the government has received support from the Parliamentary Epidemics Committee to extend a number of measures aimed at reducing the rate of COVID-19 infection in society.

Jan 14, 2022

Within the resort of the Ministry of Higher Education and Science, the requirements concerning a valid corona passport, and the wearing of masks or visors when attending educational institutions, are hereby extended until the end of the month.

This means that students, staff and visitors, etc., will continue to be required to present a valid corona passport in order to be allowed to attend these educational institutions in person.

Students, staff and visitors, etc., will continue to be required to wear a mask or visor when moving through indoor communal areas, for example canteens, but not when attending teaching or sitting exams.

The existing recommendations to educational institutions concerning organising teaching in fixed teams and reorganising examinations so that they can be held online, where possible, are hereby also extended until 31 January.

For further information:

Please consult ufm.dk concerning the present restrictions, guidelines, and recommendations about how to tackle COVID-19 that apply to institutions of higher education.

Queries from institutions of higher education regarding COVID-19 may be addressed to: info-covid-19@ufm.dk.

Press inquiries may be made using the press line of the Ministry of Higher Education and Science: +45 7231 8181.

Students will receive additional information from their educational institutions, which they should contact if they have any questions.

last modified Jan 26, 2022