COVID-19 LATEST UP-DATE 27.07.2021
1) official proof of full vaccination (or 1st shot older than 14 days)
2) official and valid antibody test
3) Negative PCR test (not older than 96 hours)
4) Negative Quick test (not older than 72 hours)
COVID-19 LATEST UP-DATE 26.06.2021
All countries and regions in the world are categorised into four categories: green, yellow, orange and red. Countries and regions are classified weekly on the basis of the prevailing health situation in each individual country and region. See the list of countries HERE
If you are travelling on a negative test:
The travel restrictions for people travelling on a negative test depend primarily on your country of residence and where you are travelling from. There is no requirement for tourists arriving from green and yellow countries in the EU and Schengen Area, as well as those arriving from yellow third countries, to have a worthy purpose for entry to Denmark or to otherwise isolate on arrival.
If you are travelling and are fully vaccinated:
In Denmark, you are considered to be fully vaccinated once you have been vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), and at least two weeks and no more than eight months have elapsed since you completed your course of vaccination. It is also a requirement that you are able to document this through the presentation of a valid EU Digital COVID Certificate, or by documenting that your permanent residence is in an EU or Schengen country, or in Andorra, San Marino, Monaco, the Vatican City, an OECD member state (including Greenland and the Faroe Islands) or in a yellow third country.
(Fully vaccinated people are exempt from the requirements to be tested and isolate on arrival in Denmark unless they have been in a red country/region during the 10 days preceding their arrival.)
COVID-19 LATEST UP-DATE 10.06.2021
The Danish Authorities has, among many other positive news, just announced that by the 01.08.2021 there will be NO mandatory use of face mask as well as NO demands of Corona Pass in order to participate Revolver and Copenhagen Fashion Week.
We will update you later regarding the travel restrictions, but the will also be lowered all over Europe within June.
COVID-19 Latest Update 03.06.2021
Please read the following as an update on the current Covid-19 restrictions in Denmark.
The regulations is constantly changing, for Revolver in a positive direction. This means they are constantly lowered due to the vaccination campaign as well as the good weather.
The following informations will be constantly updated.
Regarding the travel of our foreign buyers and exhibitors from our main markets there are no entry restrictions, if you have been vaccinated (and you have the relative documentation that attests an EU-approved vaccine) or if you have been previously infected with COVID-19 and therefore acquired immunity. If you do not belong to one of the two categories, there are still in place test requirements and in some cases quarantine requirements. More info regarding this will be updated.
ENTERING AS BUYER/VISITORS:
In order to access the trade show you must present a COVID-19 passport or a negative test not older than 48h. Revolver will provide test facilities at the entrance of both venues – Øksnehallen and Forum. Hand sanitiser will be available at the entrance, and inside both venues. The regulations is changing constantly, for Revolver in a positive direction, this means they are constantly lowered due to the vaccination campaign as well as the good weather. Therefore we will keep you update. Naturally, Revolver has arranged proper cleaning in all areas, and made guidelines for all exhibitors in order to create a safe space for everyone.
FOOD & BEVERAGE:
As per usual you will find quality food and beverage solutions in both venues.
Revolver encourage all brands and visitors to pay attention and protect others by following the Danish authorities recommendations of:
– Wash your hands frequently or sanitize your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub
– Cough or sneeze into your sleeve – not your hands
– Limited physical contact: avoid handshakes, refuse kisses on the cheek, avoid hugging
– Keep your distance and asks others to be considerate
By keeping distance, we stay together!