Information concerning Covid-19

Latest update: 2nd of December 2021

Corona passport

The corona passport will be introduced Friday 12th of November. You will therefore need a valid corona passport when entering nightclubs and discos, indoor restaurants, cafés, indoor events/venues with more than 200 people attending, and outdoor events/venues with more than 2.000 people attending. These events include concerts, sports events, cultural events, museums and indoor/outdoor amusement parks etc. Read more about the use of corona passport here.

How to get a corona passport

A valid corona passport documents that you have either been vaccinated or previously infected within the last 6 months or that you can document a negative COVID-19 test taken within the last 96 hours (PCR) or 48 hours (rapid antigen). It is possible for non Danish residents to get tested during their stay in Denmark. If you need a covid-19 PCR or Quick test, you can find test centers here. More information about the practicalities hereof has been issued by the Danish Health Authorities, and can be found here.

At Hotel SKT. Annæ we continue to take all the precautionary measures that we can, to ensure the safety of our guests and staff members.

We know that it is a challenge to keep track of the latest local restrictions and regulations during this global pandemic. Thus, we have sought to gather all the relevant information for you as a guest, on this page. If you have any questions or concerns, we are also always available to help you.

You are more than welcome to write us an email at: HOTEL@HOTELSKTANNAE.DK

The entire SKT. Annæ Family looks so much forward to welcoming you!


General guidelines

At Hotel SKT. Annæ we follow all guidelines and requirements provided by The Danish Government and The Danish Health Authority. These guidelines impact the behavior of our guests and employees, and are there to help everyone feel safe when staying at our hotel. Below, we have listed the advised behavior under these changed circumstances.

  • Stay at home if you have symptoms
    You should self-isolate at home if you either test positive for novel coronavirus or experience symptoms of COVID-19.  You should also stay home if you only have moderate symptoms or are in doubt whether you are ill or not. The typical symptoms of COVID-19 are: dry cough, sore throat, fever, loss of sense of taste and smell, difficulty breathing or muscle pain.
  • Face mask or face shield 
    Guests and employees are no longer required to wear a face mask or face shield anywhere in Denmark, besides the airport.
  • Clear information about advised behavior
    We encourage all our guests to keep a safe distance, and we have made sure that all guests have easy access to wash hands and use disinfection in all common areas of the hotel.
  • If you experience symptoms
    If you experience symptoms of COVID-19 while staying at our hotel, please contact our reception staff immediately and await further instructions.
What we do

We have joined HORESTAs COVID-19 guide “Safe to visit”, which ensures that we meet the requirements and recommendations provided by the Danish Health Authorities. Consequently, we have implemented the following security precautions in our hotel, to ensure a safe environment for our guests and staff members:

  • Safe distance
    We have organized our hotel in ways that ensure a safe distance between our guests, both inside and outside. Among other initiatives, we have installed transparent displays in our reception.
  • Exhaustive cleaning, washing and disinfection
    We clean the hotel thoroughly several times a day, and disinfect all contact points touched by many people. This includes our elevators, staircases, door handles etc.
  • Insurance of a high level of hygiene
    All of our staff members are familiar with the requirements and recommendations provided by the Danish health authorities. Our staff members will at all times keep a safe distance to guests and will have an increased attention on hygiene. Moreover, all staff members have completed an online course concerning these measures.
  • Full control of procedures
    We have gone through our workflow and procedures to minimize the time, where there is close physical contact between guests, staff members and suppliers. Furthermore, we have prepared a clear procedure for handling instances where there is suspicion of, or confirmed case of COVID-19 infection among our guests or staff members.