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Hotlines and guidance

Several Danish authorities and organisations have set up hotlines to answer questions about coronavirus/covid-19.

Danish regions

You can find the number to your region here:


Coronaopsporing, The Danish Patient Safety Authority

Tel +45 32 32 05 11  

If you have tested positive for novel coronavirus, and have any doubts in relation to this, you can call the coronaopsporing.

Learn more in Danish at the Danish Patient Safety Authority's website.


Hotline for authorities and personnel in the heathcare, eldercare and social sectors

Tel. +45 70 20 02 66

The Danish Patient Safety Authority advices other authorities as well as healthcare professionals in the healthcare, eldercare and social sectors.


Hotline for schools, institutions and daycare/childcare

Tel. +45 33 92 50 00

The Ministry of Children and Education has established a hotline where schools, institutions and daycare/childcare services can ask sector-relevant questions on dealing with novel coronavirus/covid-19.


Hotline on travel

Tel. +45 33 92 11 12

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs can answer questions on travels to and from Denmark.

Learn more in English at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website.



Learn more in English on entry into Denmark at these websites




Tel.  +45 70 26 75 00

Student counseling provides free social and psychological assistance to students in higher education. You can get help from us if you are active in study at an SU-approved higher education.

Learn more in English at the Studenterrådgivning's website.



Tel. +45 39 25 25 25

Psykiatrifonden’s guidance is available to people who feel that the covid-19 epidemic is affecting their mental health.

Perhaps you are concerned and anxious about infection and the spread of the disease, or perhaps you are finding that isolation and a limited social life is affecting your mental health. 

Learn more in Danish at: Psykiatrifonden's website.



Tel. +45 116 111

Children and young people can call BørneTelefonen (the childrens' phone) if they are worried or need to talk to an adult.

Learn more in Danish at BørneTelefonen's website.


Updated 13 SEP 2022