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Latest news about COVID-19 virus

Esbjerg Municipality has taken all the necessary steps to make sure, we follow the new governmental recommendations to stop and limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Corona information

Corona passport

With a COVID-19 passport you can document that you are either:

  • ​Vaccinated to full protection (or two weeks after your first injection)
  • Recovered from a COVID-19 infection (infectec within the past 240 days)
  • Tested negative within 72 hours with either a PCR or a quick test (antigen test)

Children below age 15 are exempt.

An app with your COVID-19 passport

You can download the free corona passport app called "Coronapas" in Google Play or App Store. You can also still use the app "MinSundhed" (in Danish) as a COVID-19 passport. 

If you are not digital

It is possible to obtain documentation on paper for completed vaccination and negative testing. 

Find the nearest test site

The list is in Danish, but you can see a map with all test sites in the municipality. You can also see all addresses and opening hours.

See all test sites here

For migrant workers in Denmark

Migrant and posted workers have the possibility of being tested for COVID-19. If you do not have any symptoms, please book a test at If you do not have NemID, please call Test Centre Denmark at +45 99 44 07 17 weekdays from 9am - 3pm.

More information for migrant workers

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 itself or in the overview.

See the current infection figures here

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