Last updated 16 July 2021
The health, safety and well-being of the public and visitors is our highest priority. We are acting on the advice of the Danish and Swedish health authorities and police, and local and national governments.
We are committed to ensuring the safety of all participants at all of our venues. All our events are going ahead, and you can read more about all our events on our website and in our app.
EU / Schengen residents
The European Commission has published details of the Digital Green Certificate and you can read the information here. This allows entry to people who have received the EU-approved vaccines (currently Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson) or who have proof of a recent negative test or who have proof of recovery from COVID19 within a specified timeframe.
Non-EU / Schengen residents
Vaccinated people from OECD countries and yellow-status third countries, can enter Denmark if they can document that they have been vaccinated with an EU approved vaccine (currently Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson) and that 14 days have passed since the last dose.
We do not consider it necessary to cancel Copenhagen 2021 WorldPride and EuroGames. However, should the situation arise where we have to cancel a EuroGames tournament, the Sports Leader Conference or Human Rights Conference because of COVID19, a full refund of registration fees will be paid.
We will not postpone. Whilst no WorldPride takes place in 2022, Sydney’s WorldPride takes place early in 2023 and so a postponement of our WorldPride to August 2022 would leave only six months between our event and theirs, and we consider this unfair to Sydney and their own plans. EuroGames in 2022 is awarded to Nijmegen and EuroPride 2022 to Belgrade and we will not ask them to postpone.
- Danish Health Authority COVID19 guidance (in English)
- Danish Coronasmitte website (in English)
- Danish Coronasmitte website (in Danish)
- Danish travel advice (in English)
- Swedish Krisinformation – Emergency information from Swedish authorities website (English)
- Swedish Health Authority COVID19 guidance (in English)
- Swedish Police COVID19 pages (in English)
- Swedish Police COVID19 pages (in Swedish)
Contact us with any questions and we will reply to you as soon as possible.
Photo: Daniel Rasmussen for Wonderful Copenhagen