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Latest news about COVID-19 virus

At this website you can find information about the changes in Esbjerg Municipality caused by the COVID-19 virus.

The situation in Esbjerg Municipality

COVID-19 is no longer categorized as a socially critical disease, and therefore all restrictions have been discontinued.

Coronavirus is still present in society, this also applies to Esbjerg Municipality.

Prevent infection

To reduce the spread of infection, it is important to follow the general guidance from The Danish Health Authority: 

  • Stay home if you are ill
  • Open windows and doors and ventilate your home regularly
  • Wash hands frequently or use hand sanitiser
  • Clean thoroughly and regularly, especially surfaces that are touched by many people
  • Cough and sneeze into you sleeve

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Where can I get tested for covid-19?

The public covid-19 test centers are closed. It will only be possible to get a public PCR test if a doctor finds it necessary.

Do you need a test, e.g. in connection with work or vacation, you must use a private test provider.

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Test for covid-19


Where can I get vaccinated?

If you are over 18 years of age, have not previously been vaccinated against covid-19 (1st-3rd shot), and you have received an invitation for vaccination, you can get vaccinated at the Region of Southern Denmark's Vaccination Center Esbjerg at Haraldsgade 12, 6700 Esbjerg.

Book an appointment at or by phone 99 44 07 17 (press 1). You can also show up without making an appointment in advance during the center's opening hours.

See where you can get vaccinated and find opening hours here.

In very special situations, it will also still be possible to get an extra booster vaccination against covid-19 if your doctor finds it relevant for you. This applies to few people only, e.g. people who have had an organ or bone marrow transplant.

Corona information

The current infection rates

You can see the current figures for all the Danish municipalities on the website of Statens Serum Institut (under the Danish Ministry of Health). To see the local figures, simply click on Esbjerg Municipality on the map or in the overview.

See the current infection figures here