European Commodities Exchange - Copenhagen 2021

Situation on Covid-19

As organizers of the European Commodities Exchange 2021, we are following the situation around Covid-19 close and are keeping up to date on the different types of restrictions coming for the government of Denmark. with the situation around vaccination in Europe and the number of new cases at very low level, we are sure that the exchange will be able to go on on the 7th and 8th of October. in the following we will give you a short introduction on the different areas of Covid-19 restriction as they are today and what we expect them to be coming October. 

 

If there are any questions you do not fell is answered please fell free to contact us directly! on info@ece-copenhae2021.eu or via phone +45 2962 1025 

 

what can i expect on the Exchange days?

in DAKOFO we are every day following the  development on restriction, we are happy to announce that already today we would be able to host a successful exchange.  a exchange as the European Commodities Exchange is in Denmark regulated under the same category as super markets, this means that today we would be able to host around 1.400 participants in the exchange hall at the same time, with requirements for using facemasks. staring the 14th of June the restrictions will start to be lifted. the Danish Parliament agreed on a  out phasing of the restriction on 10. June 2021 in this agreement it is stated that all restrictions on gatherings will be out phased no later then 1. September 2021. - with the exception of restrictions on night life, which will first be out phased on the 1. October 2021. with the new agreement we can now expect a Exchange where we are able to host a Normal exchange with respect to number of participants, without the need to wear face masks and without the need to show a corona passport. 

What can i expect for the Gala dinner?

Also the gala dinner would already today be possible to host with around 500 participants. taring the 14th of June the restrictions will start to be lifted. the Danish Parliament agreed on a  out phasing of the restriction on 10. June 2021 in this agreement it is stated that all restrictions on gatherings will be out phased no later then 1. September 2021. We can therefor also expect a gala dinner where we can host just below 1.000 participants which are the max limit of the royal opera. 

 

 

Travel to Denmark

The Danish travel restrictions classify all countries and regions into three categories: yellow, orange and red. These categories determine the rules that apply to tourists arriving in Denmark. The rules also depend on whether you are travelling on a negative test, whether you have been vaccinated or previously infected with COVID-19, on your country of residence, and where you are travelling from.

See how your Country is classified using the follwing link: coronasmitte.dk

Below is the travel restriction as they are as of the 10. June 2021, is is important to note that From 26 June 2021 (implementation of phase 4 of Agreement on the gradual reopening of travel activities of 13 April 2021), tourists arriving from orange EU and Schengen countries and who have a negative COVID-19 test are no longer expected to have to self-isolate on arrival in Denmark.

A number of exceptions are made to the testing and isolation requirements following entry to Denmark, including an exemption from the requirement to self-isolate for fully vaccinated person’s pregnant or breastfeeding partners and for children who are travelling with fully vaccinated parents. More lenient rules apply to business travelers, who are able to go to work after a business trip abroad. the following is obtained from the danish goverment information page: https://en.coronasmitte.dk/rules-and-regulations/entry-into-denmark/legal-requirements-upon-entry here you can find the most updated information. 

Travel restrictions for people travelling on a negative test as of 10. June 2021 

 

Travel restrictions for people who are fully vaccinated

 

Travel restrictions for people travelling who have previously been infected with COVID-19