Even though there is no requirement that you must be fully vaccinated or have a negative test in order to travel out of Greenland, corona documentation may still be necessary:
- There may be rules and guidelines, including requirements for corona documentation upon arrival, in the countries you are travelling to. It is recommended that you follow the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ travel instructions and that you register with the Danish travellers list. You can read more here.
If you live in Greenland and have previously been infected with COVID-19 within the last 14 days and 12 weeks, and you can document this with a PCR result, you can apply for an immunity certificate. Find more information here.
Examples of potential complications that could arise should you travel out of Greenland:
- You are turned away at check-in because you exhibit symptoms of COVID-19.
- Municipal and national borders are closed.
- Ordering of test times abroad.
It is your own responsibility to at all times comply with the applicable requirements for people arriving in Denmark. You can learn more here.
Also, seek information about the local guidelines when you arrive in Denmark.
Testing and tracing
If you are travelling to Denmark, we recommend that you download the track and trace app “Smitte│stop” and keep it active during your time in Denmark and at least 14 days after you enter Greenland. You can download the app here: https://smittestop.dk
Order a test in Denmark
In order to book a test online, your social security number must be registered with the authorities. Contact the corona hotline in Denmark tel. +45 70 20 02 33
Tests are offered all over Denmark. The public test centres are approved and are recommended. Some private test centres are approved but may require payment, which you must pay at your own cost.
To find the location of test centres in Denmark, go to: Test center DK
NB: Not all test centres carry out PCR tests.
Private test centres
Falck, Københavns lufthavn https://www.cph.dk/praktisk/falck-corona-testcenter
Aleris-Hamlet charges a fee and is only open in the week days.
Do you have any questions?
If you have any questions or need assistance, then contact the corona hotline:
- Phone +299 80 11 00
- E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
It is your own responsibility to at all times comply with the requirements for people arriving in Iceland.
You can learn more about the local requirements here:
Also, seek information about the local guidelines when you arrive in Iceland.
Do you have any questions?
If you have any questions about the Icelandic rules and guidelines, please contact the Icelandic authorities. Find their contact information on the above mentioned websites.
The Corona hotline in Greenland can’t answer questions about Icelandic rules and guidelines.