All Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted at institutions of higher education in Denmark, as announced by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science on 26 January 2022.
For staff and students at Aarhus University, this means that you no longer need a Covid passport to come to campus, and that you don’t have to wear a mask/face covering either. There are no restrictions on in-person events, and all work tasks, research activities, teaching and exams and activities for new students can take place in person on campus. This means that academic, work-related and social events can be held at the university.
This page will be updated if the health authorities issues new COVID-19 recommendations for the university.
Covid-19 is no longer classified as a public health emergency. This means that Covid-19 is now in the same category as other infectious diseases. At-risk students may apply for a dispensation through the usual channels.
Travelling to Denmark
There are no covid-19 related restrictions on entry into Denmark. You can stay updated and find more info on: https://en.coronasmitte.dk/travel-rules/covidtravelrules
Aarhus University follows the healthcare authorities’ recommendations, and encourages everyone to take the protective measures recommended by the Danish Health Authority
Aarhus University corona FAQ (please check this page if you are a current student at AU)
Updated 15 December 2022 – Information is subject to change