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Hvis en medarbejder i et køkken har coronavirus, kan det så smitte via maden?

Hvis man har spist mad med coronavirus, så er sandsynligheden for, at man bliver smittet, yderst lille. Coronavirus smitter ifølge Sundhedsstyrelsen via dråber i luften. Det kan fx ske, hvis en person hoster, nyser eller rører ved overflader med virus på og derefter rører sig ved næse, øjne eller mund.  Coronavirus smitter ikke via mave-tarm kanalen. Derfor er der kun en meget lille risiko for, at du bliver smittet, hvis du spiser mad med coronavirus på.

https://www.foedevarestyrelsen.dk/Leksikon/Sider/Corona-og-foedevarer-for-borgere.aspx

Butikken er lukket grundet coronakarantæne blandt de ansatte – kan jeg spise de varer, som jeg har købt i butikken?

Ja. Du kan fortsat spise de fødevarer, som du har købt i butikken. Selvom en butiksansat kan være smittet med coronavirus, vil sandsynligheden for, at du bliver smittet ved at spise de indkøbte dagligvarer, være yderst lille.

For at begrænse smitte anbefaler Fødevarestyrelsen dog, at du følger vores anbefalinger om god køkkenhygiejne, herunder skyller frugt og grønt og vasker dine hænder regelmæssigt og altid før tilberedning af mad, og før du spiser.

Fødevarestyrelsen anbefaler også, at du følger Sundhedsstyrelsens anbefalinger om bl.a. god håndhygiejne, nys og host i ærmet og begrænser fysisk kontakt.

Det accepteres midlertidigt, at fødevarebutikker af hygiejnehensyn indpakker bake off, bland-selv-slik, nødder mv. uden, at der kræves mærkning på indpakningen.

https://www.foedevarestyrelsen.dk/Leksikon/Sider/Corona-og-foedevarer-for-borgere.aspx

Hvad skal jeg være opmærksom på, når jeg er ude at handle?

Du kan både mindske risikoen for selv at blive smittet, og for at smitte andre med coronavirus, hvis du følger fem råd, når du handler:

  1. Hold afstand til andre og begræns fysisk kontakt.
    Du kan begrænse kontakten til andre ved at handle på tidspunkter, hvor der ikke er mange andre i supermarkedet eller lade børnene blive derhjemme og tage alene på indkøb. Undgå fx smagsprøver, hvor du står tæt på andre, eller vent til det bliver din tur til at tage en vare.
  2. Hvis du har hoste, let feber eller forkølelse, så bliv hjemme, indtil du er rask.
    Undersøg i stedet, om andre kan hjælpe med dine indkøb, eller få madvarerne leveret.
  3. Vask dine hænder tit, eller brug håndsprit.
    Tag fx en håndsprit med i bilen eller tasken.
  4. Host eller nys i dit ærme – ikke dine hænder.
    Undlad også så vidt muligt at røre dig i ansigtet, hvis du har rørt ved andet, og ikke har sprittet hænderne af inden.
  5. Hold en god hygiejne i køkkenet, når du tilbereder din indkøbte mad.
    Skyl fx frugt og grønt, vask hænder regelmæssigt og hold rå og spiseklar mad adskilt.
  6. https://www.foedevarestyrelsen.dk/Leksikon/Sider/Corona-og-foedevarer-for-borgere.aspx

Er jeg på den sikre side, hvis jeg bruger éngangshandsker?

  1. Selvom du bruger éngangshandsker, når du køber ind eller betjener kunder, skal du stadig huske at vaske hænder.
     
    Skift handsker ofte og vask hænder jævnligt – fx hver gang, du tager handskerne af eller skifter handsker.
     
    Brug af handsker kan ikke erstatte vask af hænder. Du kan godt sprede bakterier, selvom du har handsker på. Det kan derfor give en falsk tryghed at bruge handsker.
  2. https://www.foedevarestyrelsen.dk/Leksikon/Sider/Corona-og-foedevarer-for-borgere.aspx

Gælder der særlige regler for bake-off, bland selv slik m.m. i fødevarebutikker?

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  2. https://www.foedevarestyrelsen.dk/Leksikon/Sider/Corona-og-foedevarer-for-borgere.aspx

Kan man spise sig til et bedre immunforsvar?

Der findes ingen fødevarer, man kan spise, som beskytter én mod COVID-19. Kosten har selvfølgelig betydning for immunsystemet, men spiser man varieret og følger kostrådene, får langt de fleste dog dækket deres næringsbehov, herunder vitamin- og mineralbehov, via kosten.

  1. Du kan finde de officielle kostråd her
     
    Den bedste måde at beskytte sig mod coronavirus er at følge Sundhedsstyrelsens anbefalinger om at sikre god håndhygiejne, nyse og hoste i ærmet og begrænse fysisk kontakt med andre.

    Fødevarestyrelsen anbefaler, at du altid holder en god hygiejne i køkkenet, herunder skyller frugt og grønt og vasker dine hænder regelmæssigt og altid før tilberedning af mad og før du spiser.
  2. https://www.foedevarestyrelsen.dk/Leksikon/Sider/Corona-og-foedevarer-for-borgere.aspx

Diagnosis, treatment and vaccination

Novel coronavirus can be detected in a mucous sample collected from the lower respiratory tract or with a swab from the mouth. The need for diagnostics is determined by doctors, and the analysis is only performed on patients with severe symptoms where they are likely to be infected with COVID-19.

There is no specific treatment for infection with novel coronavirus. People with COVID-19 can be ameliorated with supportive medical care. 

Pharmaceutical authorities all over the world support clinical research and pharmaceutical companies in their efforts to produce medicine and a vaccine to protect against COVID-19 and are preparing to process an approval as quickly as possible without compromising safety. 
There is no available vaccine to protect against COVID-19 yet.

The Danish Medicines Authority follows this development closely and continuously updates their list of studies and research about medication for treatment of and vaccines against COVID-19 happening on a global level. https://www.technologyreview.com/s/615387/biggest-reader-questions-coronavirus-answers-covid-19/

Isn't COVID-19 just the same as the flu?

It's true that it seems that most people who are young and otherwise healthy only get mild symptoms, and that severe COVID-19 disease is seen primarily amongst the elderly and those with moderate to severe chronic disease. In that sense, COVID-19 resembles the flu, even though they are caused by two different infections.

There are, however, some essential differences that are making authorities react differently to COVID-19 than they react to the flu.

First of all, there are many things that we don't know about COVID-19 and novel coronavirus, which is why there has been good reason to follow the development of the situation closely and be extra cautious until we know more about the virus and the disease. 

Second of all, with common influenza, there would be a portion of the population who are immune due to vaccination or previous infection with the same type of flu. Novel coronavirus is a completely new virus, which means that everybody is susceptible to infection, because our immune systems have never "met" this virus before. This means that there is a risk that many could become ill at the same time, which can lead to a large burden on society and especially hospitals. You can read more below in the section about our strategy. 

Third of all, we want to protect our elderly and vulnerable citizens, regardless of whether it is again flu or COVID-19, because it is especially these groups who can become very ill. In the case of flu epidemics in Denmark, we have some years with over 1,000 deaths, which we think is too many. This is why the Danish Health Authority recommends a flu vaccine to the elderly and vulnerable groups. Unfortunately, we don't have this option with COVID-19, so we must try to prevent infection amongst the vulnerable in other ways. 

This is why we recommend that all – also the young and otherwise healthy people – follow our advice and held to protect the vulnerable and society as a whole. You can help by following our general advice, which you can see further down. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

What is the status of the outbreak in Denmark?

The number of Danes infected with novel coronavirus has risen markedly, which is the basis for the authorities' strategy. 

You can follow the number of confirmed cases in Denmark here on our website, which is updated daily. If you are worried about the situation, read more further down.  . https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

What are the Danish Health Authority's strategy and recommendations?

The Danish Health Authority follows the situation closely and we adapt our strategy, recommendations and measures accordingly. 

When there were only a few imported cases of COVID-19 in Denmark, we used a containment strategy. This strategy was based on fast diagnosis, contact tracing and quarantine of those evaluated to be at risk. The goal was to delay the spread of COVID-19 in Denmark. 
Now that there is a sharp rise in the number of cases in Denmark, this containment strategy is irrelevant

This is why we have changed to a mitigation strategy. This means that we expect infection to spread widely in Denmark. Our efforts are still focused on limiting this spread through measures like improved hygiene and limiting larger gatherings and close contact. We also have a focus on those who become severely ill and need treatment, as well as on special risk groups. You can read more about what a mitigation strategy is further down. 

The overall goal is to prevent many from getting ill at the same time and to protect special risk groups in order to prevent severe cases as much as possible. 

Because this is a new virus, everybody is susceptible to infection, since our immune systems haven't "met" this virus before. This means that there is a risk of many becoming ill at the same time. 

Having many ill at the same time leads to great pressure on our health care system, just at it can have great consequences for many functions in our society. This can mean that treatment of other diseases and conditions can be delayed and that sick leave can affect other functions in our society. This is why many can be affected, besides those infected with novel coronavirus. 

If many cases occur within a short time period, we will also experience a very high infection pressure, which leads to many more being infected. We, of course, want to prevent this. We also want to delay the spreading of this infection as much as possible until Spring, where we know from our experience with the flu, that viruses are less contagious. 

And we want very much, of course, to look out for our elderly and vulnerable, who are at increased risk of developing severe illness. 
You can read more about our strategic considerations in the publication COVID-19 – Risikovurdering, strategi og tiltag ved epidemi i Danmark. (In Danish)

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

What is the goal of the current mitigation strategy?

With our mitigation strategy, we are focusing our efforts on limiting the consequences of the spread of COVID-19 in our society. 

This means that we are both trying to delay the spread of the infection and trying to prevent too many from being infected at the same time, as well as protecting the vulnerable groups, namely elderly, especially over the age of 80 and those with moderate to severe chronic disease.   
We are doing this through the following measures:

  • Prevention of spreading in society through, for example, general recommendations to citizens about hand hygiene
  • Avoiding public transport especially in rush hour, encouraging working from home, and cancelling large arrangements with many participants
  • Protection of the elderly and vulnerable groups, for example with special recommendations for vulnerable groups, etc.
  • Prioritizing our health care system's resources for those who need hospital treatment through updated recommendations for who should be tested, so that those with severe illness are prioritized, etc. 

You can read more about our strategic considerations in COVID-19 – Risikovurdering, strategi og tiltag ved epidemi i Danmark. (In Danish)

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

Who should be tested?

Because the infection is spreading in Denmark, there is now a risk for being infected in Denmark and not only through foreign travel. 

Just as we don't test people with mild symptoms for other common cold viruses which are widespread in Denmark, there is no reason to test everybody with respiratory symptoms for novel coronavirus now that the virus has spread more in our society. 

A positive test does not determine how you should react or determine treatment. Therefore, you do not need to be tested if you only have mild symptoms, even if you suspect they are caused by novel coronavirus. 

If you have symptoms that could be suspected to be COVID-19, you should stay home and avoid close contact with others until you are healthy again. You can read our recommendations on what to do if you get sick further down under our general advice.

Those who are admitted to the hospital with severe illness can be tested if doctors deem it to be relevant. It is always the doctor who decides who should be tested.

A special group, however, is health care personnel, especially those who have critical functions, who can be tested if they develop symptoms within 14 days of having been in contact with someone with COVID-19. Read more further down about workers and employers in the health care, eldercare and social sectors. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

How afraid should you be of COVID-19 in Denmark?

Because the infection is spreading in Denmark, there is now a risk for being infected in Denmark and not only through foreign travel. 

Just as we don't test people with mild symptoms for other common cold viruses which are widespread in Denmark, there is no reason to test everybody with respiratory symptoms for novel coronavirus now that the virus has spread more in our society. 

A positive test does not determine how you should react or determine treatment. Therefore, you do not need to be tested if you only have mild symptoms, even if you suspect they are caused by novel coronavirus. 

If you have symptoms that could be suspected to be COVID-19, you should stay home and avoid close contact with others until you are healthy again. You can read our recommendations on what to do if you get sick further down under our general advice.

Those who are admitted to the hospital with severe illness can be tested if doctors deem it to be relevant. It is always the doctor who decides who should be tested.

A special group, however, is health care personnel, especially those who have critical functions, who can be tested if they develop symptoms within 14 days of having been in contact with someone with COVID-19. Read more further down about workers and employers in the health care, eldercare and social sectors. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

Why is it so important that everybody adheres to the recommendations?

The purpose of the authorities' measures are:

  • To ensure that the spread of infection is delayed, so that not too many become ill at the same time. This will prevent our health care system from becoming overloaded, so that we can provide the best possible treatment for all who need help, not just those with COVID-19
  • To protect those in risk groups, in other words those over 65 years of age and those with certain chronic diseases (se below)

Children and adults are often those who spread infection, because they are more active and more often out in public. Even though COVID-19 seems to primarily cause severe illness in the elderly and those with chronic disease, it is of the utmost importance that all others also help with limiting the spread of infection as much as possible. 

You can read our recommendations for how to conduct yourself below. Keep yourself updated on other authorities' recommendations via their websites, as well as the government's recommendations and restrictions on the government's website. 

If everybody follows these recommendations, we can achieve a lot with regards to limiting the effects of COVID-19 in our society. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

The Danish Health Authoritys general advice

The Danish Health Authority's general advice with regards to limiting the spread of infection and protecting risk groups are:

  • Wash your hands frequently or use hand sanitizer
  • Cough or sneeze into your sleeve
  • Limit physical contact
  • Be diligent with cleaning
  • Elderly and those with chronic disease – keep your distance and ask others to be considerate

We recommend that you follow this advice and integrate it in everything that you do. 

There are more in depth information and examples below. If you follow the authorities' advice, you can help prevent the spread of infection and protect yourself and others from becoming infected.

Pay attention to developing symptoms. The typical symptoms of beginning and mild illness resemble common symptoms of the flu and other upper respiratory infections:

  • Sore throat
  • General malaise
  • Muscle aches and pains
  • Dry cough and fever

These mild symptoms of COVID-19 cannot be distinguished from a cold or the flu, which are caused by other viruses. 

If you develop symptoms, stay home and read more about what to do below. 

 . https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

Recommendations for conduct in public

The Danish Health Authority's recommendations for conduct in public are as follows:

Keep a distance of 1-2 meters from others

  • The infection spreads through droplets, which spread from person to person through sneezing and coughing, for example. 
  • Avoid shaking hands, hugging and kissing.
  • Minimize your activity in places where there can be many people, like supermarkets.
  • Maintain extra distance from people who appear sick as well as those in risk groups.
  • Sit with a seat between yourself and others.

Maintain proper hand hygiene and be extra aware of your hands

  • The infection can be spread by hands if you touch others or objects with virus on your hands.
  • Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly, and avoid touching your face.
  • Avoid touching door handles, elevator buttons, etc. as much as possible.

Show consideration if you have to cough or sneeze

  • Sneeze or cough into a disposable tissue or into the crook of your elbow.

The Prime Minister presented at press conferences on March 11th and 17th 2020 a list of injunctions with regards to conduct in public, including that it is not allowed to gather more than 10 people at public events or activities, both indoors and outdoors, and all are encouraged to do the same in their homes. At the same time all businesses where there is very close customer contact is closed, including hair dressers, restaurants, water pipe cafés, discotheques, etc. All public employees in non-critical functions are sent home, and all schools, daycare institutions and indoor cultural institutions are closed. 

It is not allowed to visit family and loved ones in nursing homes, assisted living, hospitals, etc. Call the institution if you have questions about visits.

You can read more about the government's initiatives on their website.   

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

Recommendations for how you and your family should handle contact with others

Besides the above mentioned recommendations, if you have visitors we recommend that you:

  • Limit activities where you have contact with others, including limiting the number of guests
  • Cancel visits if you or your guests have respiratory symptoms.
  • Avoid physical contact, like hand shakes, hugs and kisses. 
  • Make sure that you sit 1-2 meters apart. 
  • Ensure easy access to hand hygiene.
  • Be thorough and frequent with cleaning.

Particularly for children:

  • Help children maintain proper hand hygiene. Watch our video for children about hand hygiene.
  • Playing with other children is important for children's mental health, and children may therefore play together. They should, however, only play in very small groups, and limit playing to the same playmates. Let them play outdoors as much as possible. If they play indoors, ensure good ventilation.
  • Children of divorced parents can move between parents, however, if they are sick it is recommended that they stay where they are and remain physically separated from others as much as possible. If one of the parents becomes ill, you can consider having the child stay with the other parent. Pay special attention to whether the child develops symptoms, in which case they should stay home.
  • Grandparents who belong to special risk groups shouldn't take care of grandchildren, if they have symptoms.

You may hug each other at home, unless someone is ill. In that case, we recommend that the affected person keeps their distance from the other members of the household. (Read more below)

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

Recommendations for hygiene and cleaning at home

We recommend that you ensure proper hand hygiene in the home, including washing hands when you come in from the outdoors, before meals and cooking, after you blow your nose, etc. You should remove rings, bracelets and watches before washing, and wash your hands and wrists thoroughly. 

You can see a video about how to wash your hands correctly here

We have also made a child-friendly version that you can find here.

Cleaning should be done with usual methods and products, but more frequently and thoroughly.
If you have had a visitor with symptoms you should:

  • Clean extra well wherever the visitor has had contact, like door handles, arm rests, desks, keyboards, touch screens, etc. with a surface disinfectant. Use regular cleaning products.
  • Focus on proper hand hygiene while cleaning, including not touching your face while cleaning (eating, smoking, applying cosmetics, etc.) and use the telephone with clean hands. Follow the other general advice about proper hand hygiene. Use gloves.
  • You can also use disinfectants on surfaces and objects. Ensure that the surface can tolerate the disinfectant. Don't use hand sanitizer, as it causes greasy build-up on surfaces.

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

I've become ill – what should I do?

The typical symptoms of beginning and mild illness resemble common symptoms of the flu and other upper respiratory infections:

  • Sore throat
  • General malaise
  • Muscle aches and pains
  • Dry cough and fever

These mild symptoms of COVID-19 cannot be distinguished from a cold or the flu, which are caused by other viruses. 

If you have symptoms, but are in doubt as to whether you are "really" sick, we recommend that you consider yourself sick.

If you are sick, we recommend the following: 

  • Stay home. Don't go to work. Cancel visits and talk with people over the telephone or videochat. Get others to assist you with shopping so you don't go out and risk spreading infection. 
  • Have as little contact as possible with others in your household. Avoid physical contact, like kisses and hugs, and try to maintain 1-2 meters distance. Avoid sleeping in the same bed or spending longer amounts of time together in the same room.
  • Focus on proper hand hygiene,. Wash your hands with soap and water frequently, or use hand sanitizer, particularly after going to the toilet, before preparing food, when you come in from the outdoors, and after you blow your nose. Be especially aware of your hands and avoid touching your face, and cough and sneeze into disposable tissues or the crook of your elbow. Don't share towels with others. 
  • Clean your bathroom and kitchen daily, as well as rooms you share with others in your household. Use regular cleaning products and focus particularly on points of shared contact, like door handles, coffee machines, touchscreens, etc. In order to avoid others becoming infected, we recommend that you clean yourself. You should also dispose of used tissues.
  • Wash towels, bedlinens and underwear at 80°C and other clothes as much as possible at 60°C
  • Air out thoroughly at least twice a day for 10 minutes. 

If you have mild symptoms, you shouldn't call your doctor. You don't need to be tested for novel coronavirus, since even if you are infected, a test won't change your treatment or how you should conduct yourself. There is no specific treatment for COVID-19, but there are several measures you can take to alleviate your symptoms.

Drink plenty of fluids, particularly if you have a high fever. You can also reduce your symptoms, like fever, with over-the-counter medications.

Muscle aches, headache and fever can be relieved with paracetamol (i.e. Panodil). For mild aches and pains, including symptoms from viral respiratory tract infections, we recommend that you use paracetamol instead of pain medication like NSAID (i.e. Ibuprofen, also known as Ipren). In the case of fever, paracetamol should be taken regularly to avoid unpleasant swings in temperature. Use medicine for the shortest period of time possible, in the lowest possible dose, and never take more than the recommended dose. The amount in an over-the-counter package is often enough for an illness. 

Sore throat can be soothed with sucking tablets or hard candy. 

We don't recommend over-the-counter medicine for dry cough, as it usually has a very limited effect.

Read more below about when to contact a doctor, as well as when to contact a doctor if your child gets sick. 

You are considered non-contagious 48 hours after you no longer have symptoms. Rather stay home a day too many than a day too little, and arrange to work from home if possible if you don't feel completely healthy or are in doubt.

 . https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

When should I contact a doctor?

If you develop severe symptoms, like significant or increasing trouble breathing or high fever, your symptoms worsen, or you develop symptoms and belong to a risk group (se below) you should call your general practitioner or on-call service, just as you would normally do in this type of situation. The doctor will decide the further course, including whether you should be tested for novel coronavirus.

If your doctor suspects COVID-19, the doctor will evaluate whether you can stay home or if you need to be referred on. Be prepared that your doctor won't necessarily ask you to come to their consultation, particularly if the doctor suspects COVID-19. This is because the doctor is attempting to limit the spread of infection as much as possible, in places like waiting rooms, for example. Many doctors will try to carry out consultations with patients with respiratory symptoms over the phone or video consultation if they are in doubt as to whether there is a risk of spreading infection. 

You don't automatically need to call a doctor if your child develops respiratory symptoms. You should, however, be attentive and contact a doctor if your child:

  • Has trouble breathing, including shortness of breath or rapid, shallow breathing
  • Becomes disoriented, confused or difficult to wake up
  • Develops cold, pale or blueish skin, or remarkably cold hands and feet

In the case of newborns, parents should be particularly attentive and contact a doctor if the baby has:

  • Visible trouble breathing
  • Affected general condition, including fatigue/weakness, irritability, absent suckling, increasing tendency to spit up, dry diapers
  • A rectal temperature over 37,5 or under 36,0 degrees

If you need medical assistance, it is important that you call first and don't show up at the doctor's office without an appointment. 
Outside of opening hours, call the on-call service in your region 

  • Region Hovedstaden, Akuttelefon: 1813
  • Region Nordjylland, Lægevagten: 70 15 03 00
  • Region Midtjylland, Lægevagten: 70 11 31 31
  • Region Sjælland, Lægevagten: 70 15 07 00
  • Region Syddanmark, Lægevagten: 70 11 07 07

Map of regions and telephone numbers (PDF)

If you work in the healthcare, eldercare or social sector, read more below about what to do in the section about workers in the healthcare, eldercare and social sectors.

https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

How should I talk to my child about novel coronavirus and COVID-19?

Children can have many questions about novel coronavirus, especially with the wide media coverage and the sudden changes to everyday life. If children don't have things put into perspective and talk about any fears they may have, they can end up carrying many worries with them.

The Danish Health Authority together with Børns Vilkår produced two videos, that can both help children find answers to their questions and help prepare parents to talk to children about it. The first film is aimed at school children ages 6-15 and answers questions about novel coronavirus.

The second film is aimed at adults and gives good advice about how to talk to children about novel coronavirus:

  • Listen to the child's concerns
  • Talk to the child about facts
  • Talk to the child about the news
  • Ask the child if they got answers to their questions

The organization Børn, Unge og Sorg has also founded a hotline for children, youths and parents, who may need to talk to a psychologist. It can be a good idea to talk with a psychologist if a child or youth is vulnerable, for instance has anxiety or has a family with difficulties, perhaps because of serious illness, and therefore has further worries because of the current situation. The hotline is open daily from 9 to 16 at telephone number 69 16 16 67. You can read more on their website.

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

How can I help limit the consequences of novel coronavirus in Denmark, as an ordinary citizen?

Above all, you can help by following authorities' recommendations.

This applies to both the recommendation to stay home and our general advice about hygiene and behavior in public, as you can see above. You can also help by getting the message out to others. 

Another important thing you can do is to consider if anybody you know belongs to a special risk group for developing severe COVID-19. This can be a loved one, neighbor or acquaintance. It is important to protect our elderly and vulnerable from infection as much as possible.  
You can offer to assist with shopping or by driving, so that the at-risk person can avoid exposing themselves to potential infection at the supermarket or on public transport.

You can also show consideration by evaluating the events you have invited people to, especially if people in risk groups are expected to participate. You can inform at-risk attendees that they can cancel if they don't feel safe attending, make sure that participants sit far apart, ensure easy access to hand washing facilities and hand sanitizer, and ask those with symptoms to stay home. 

You can read more about special risk groups below.  

And you should of course be considerate of others if you become ill yourself. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

I've been in contact with someone who has a confirmed case of COVID-19, for example at my workplace or school – what should I do?

If you have been in contact with someone who has a confirmed case fo COVID-19 within the last 14 days, you should be especially aware of developing symptoms that could be a sign of COVID-19.

Close contact is defined as:

  • If a member of your household has a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • If you have had direct physical contact (like a hand shake, for example) with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • If you have had direct contact with contagious secretions from a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19, for example being coughed on or touching a used tissue
  • If you have had close contact face-to-face within 2 meters for more than 15 minutes, like a conversation with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • If you have been in a closed environment, like a meeting room, for more than 15 minutes with less than 2 meters distance from someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • If you have participated in the care of a patient with COVID-19, without the use of personal protective equipment as prescribed

If you develop symptoms, you can see what to do in the above section "I've become ill – what should I do?".

If you work in the healthcare, eldercare or social sector and have contact with patients or citizens who are a part of special risk groups, read below in the section about employers and employees in the healthcare, eldercare and social sectors. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

I'm young, healthy and not in a risk group – why should I behave differently?

Even though you are young and healthy, it's important that you help limit spreading the virus. 

We know from other infectious diseases, that the young and otherwise healthy are also those who spread infection the most. This is because they are very mobile in public and don't stay home even if they are sick. 

This is why you have a special responsibility, and it's important that you follow our recommendations. You can read more about why this is important in the section about our strategy. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

Who is at special risk of infection and severe illness?

You can be at special risk of infection and developing severe illness with COVID-19 if you belong to one of the following groups:

  • Elderly, especially over 80 years of age
  • People with chronic disease:
    – People with cardiovascular disease (not including well treated high blood pressure)
    – People with chronic lung disease (not included well treated asthma)
    – People with reduced immune capacity (either congenital, due to immunosuppressive medication, or acquired disease, like AIDS for example)
    – People with type 1 or type 2 diabetes
    – People with cancer
  • Children with chronic disease
  • Pregnant women (based on a principle of caution)

COVID-19 is a new disease, therefore, there are many things we still don't know about it. 

Our current knowledge from China abot COVID-19 has shown that elderly, especially those over age 80, are at special risk of developing severe illness with a need for hospital admission and an increased risk of death. The same applies to those with certain moderate to severe chronic diseases. If you are in doubt as to whether you are at special risk, we recommend that you talk with your treating physician. 

There is no current evidence that pregnant women are particularly susceptible, that there is a risk for spreading infection from mother to fetus or that fetuses have a special risk, and the Danish Health Authority is following the situation with relevant specialist experts. Novel coronavirus is a new virus, which is why pregnant women are regarded as a special risk group, based on a principle of caution. This is because we know that pregnant women are generally more susceptible to infections that cause upper respiratory infections, like the flu. 

It appears that children are less affected and have milder symptoms when they are infected with novel coronavirus. Children are not considered to be at special risk, unless they suffer from chronic disease mentioned above. 

At this time there are no reports that children with chronic disease develop more severe illness. Again, based on a principle of caution, we recommend that children with moderate to severe chronic disease are also included amongst those at special risk.

Children can also spread infection, which is why we recommend that they be assisted in following our general hygiene advice in order to limit spreading. See the advice above. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

What should I do if I belong to a special risk group?

We recommend that you consider how you can best protect yourself from infection, and that you do the following if you belong to a special risk group:

  • Stay home as much as possible
  • Avoid places with many people in close contact. We discourage you from using public transport, especially in rush hour
  • Ensure good hand hygiene. Wash your hands thoroughly, if you have touched a door handle for example, and when you come home. Consider using gloves if you go out. 
  • Avoid touching your nose, mouth and eyes if you don't have clean hands, as the virus typically spreads from hands to mucous membranes in the nose, mouth and eyes.
  • Keep your distance from others, particularly if they appear to be ill. Droplets from coughs and sneezes spread through the air at 1-2 meters distance, where they can infect others through the mouth, nose or eyes. The droplets do, however, fall quickly to the ground after.
  • Avoid physical contact (hand shakes, hugs, kisses) and cancel social activities and hobbies such as training at fitness centers, going to clubs and attending large family gatherings
  • You should not take care of grandchildren

Contact your treating physician if you are in doubt as to whether you belong to a vulnerable group.

If you belong to a special risk group and work in the healthcare, eldercare or social sector in a critical function, read more below in the section for employees and leaders in these sectors.

 . https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

I'm pregnant – what should I do?

There is no current evidence that pregnant women are particularly susceptible, that there is a risk for spreading infection from mother to fetus or that fetuses have a special risk, and the Danish Health Authority is following the situation with relevant specialist experts. Novel coronavirus is a new virus, which is why pregnant women are regarded as a special risk group, based on a principle of caution. This is because we know that pregnant women are generally more susceptible to infections that cause upper respiratory infections, like the flu. 

Therefore, we recommend the same precautions as described above for special risk groups. 

The Danish Health Authority has written a note on pregnant and birthing women, their partners and newborn babies aimed at healthcare professionals.

It is recommended that all pregnancy check-ups and consultations are carried out as usual, but if the pregnant woman has symptoms, you can consider postponing the visit until 48 hours after the symptoms have gone away. 

For pregnant women without symptoms, labor and delivery can proceed as usual. There may, however, only be one relative present at the birth and relatives with symptoms may not come to the hospital.

Home births are not recommended if anyone in the household, including the pregnant woman, have symptoms that can be suspected to be caused by COVID-19.

Breast feeding can proceed as usual. Novel coronavirus has not been found in breastmilk from mothers with COVID-19 at the time of birth.
If you have symptoms that could be caused by COVID-19 and are due to give birth, you should contact your labor and delivery ward and ask how you should proceed.

At this time, there is no knowledge about whether infection can be transmitted from mother to child through the placenta or delivery, and for the moment it appears that newborns are not at special risk for severe illness. Even though the mother can infect the baby after birth, separation can have several negative effects on the newborn. It is therefore not recommended that mother and newborn be separated, even if the mother has COVID-19, unless the newborn is born prematurely and/or needs to be admitted to the neonatal ward. You don't necessarily need to be admitted. 

Mothers with COVID-19 will receive information and advice from healthcare personnel about special rules for nursing, etc.

You can contact your doctor or labor and delivery ward if you have questions. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

Are children at special risk?

It appears that children are less affected and have milder symptoms when they are infected with novel coronavirus. 

At this time there are no reports that children with chronic disease develop more severe illness. Again, based on a principle of caution, we recommend that children with moderate to severe chronic disease are also included amongst those at special risk.  

Children can also spread infection, which is why we recommend that they be assisted in following our general hygiene advice in order to limit spreading. See the advice above. 

 . https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions


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One of my relatives/loved ones belongs to a special risk group. How should I conduct myself?

As a relative/loved one of someone in a special risk group, it is perfectly natural to be worried. Generally we recommend that you are extra careful with following our general advice (read more above). And remember that we are lucky to have a very good healthcare system in Denmark, which is ready to help if there is a need.

If one of your relatives/loved ones belongs to a special risk group, we recommend that you limit visits and physical contact as much as possible. You can instead use frequent phone/videocalls.

We encourage you to consider how you can help, for instance with shopping or driving, so that your loved one doesn't have to go out and risk exposing themselves to infection.

If you live with someone who belongs to a special risk group, like a partner or child, we recommend that you follow our general advice strictly with regards to limiting the spread of infection. (see more above)

Pay extra attention to hand hygiene and be especially careful with hygiene and cleaning at home. Also pay close attention to whether you develop symptoms, in which case you should isolate yourself from your loved one as much as possible. Read more in the section about "I've become ill – what should I do?"

You can read more in the Danish Health Authority's folder "Gode råd om ny coronavirus til dig, der har et barn med kronisk sygdom" (Danish).

 . https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

Who needs to be particularly vigilant?

Employees in the healthcare, eldercare and social sectors, who have contact with patients/citizens, particularly those in special risk groups, have a special responsibility to adhere to the guidelines in order to prevent spreading the infection to the specially vulnerable. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions


What do I need to be aware of and do as an employee in the healthcare, eldercare and social sectors?

It is recommended that all workers with non-critical functions stay home from work, for example, with assignments to be done from home, for 14 days starting March 13th. Many workers in the healthcare, eldercare and social sectors do, however, have critical functions.

You can read more about how to handle COVID-19, about your obligations, and about how to conduct yourself if you become ill in the Danish Health Authority's "Retningslinjer for håndtering af COVID-19 i sundhedsvæsenet" (Danish).

As far as possibilities for being tested for COVID-19, the following guidelines apply:

  • Healthy persons are generally not offered a test for COVID-19. This includes personnel in the healthcare, eldercare and social sectors.
  • Workers in the healthcare, eldercare and social sectors who have critical functions (see The Danish Health Authority's note with a description of critical functions), AND have symptoms that are suspicious for COVID-19, can be referred by telephone to a COVID-19 evaluation unit for an evaluation and possible test.
  • Workers can return to work again when they have been symptom free for 48 hours.
  • Those who have critical functions can return to work after a negative COVID-19 test, even with mild upper respiratory symptoms.

In relation to hygiene and personal protective equipment, you should follow local guidelines, if they exist. If you are in doubt, you can contact the infectious hygiene department at your hospital or your local hygiene coordinator in municipalities and other organisations. Statens Serum Institut has written infectious hygiene guidelines for handling COVID-19.  

If you have questions regarding how to handle those with confirmed or suspected infection, what to do if personnel or citizens develop symptoms, about personal protection equipment and treatment of patients with COVID-19, etc., you can contact the Danish Patient Safety Authority's hotline. Note that this hotline is only for personnel in the healthcare, eldercare or social fields who are calling for advice related to work.

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

What are my special obligations as an employer in the healthcare, eldercare or social sector?

Employers in the healthcare, eldercare and social sectors have a special duty to ensure that employees, including those in special risk groups, are informed about important sources of infection, as well as which precautions they can take to protect themselves from infection. It is your responsibility to ensure that it is possible to perform important safety measures with regards to reducing the risk of infection. 

You must ensure that personnel with symptoms of COVID-19 do not show up to work and thereby risk infection patients/residents, to inform all employees of the above and to ensure that it is enforced, as well as to send employees home who exhibit signs that could be caused by COVID-19. 

You can read more above about our recommendations for employees who become ill. We also recommend that you follow our general advice for employers, which you can read about above. 

Leadership at places of treatment are responsible for informing all employees, who have been in risk situations with close contact with a patient with COVID-19 without the recommended protective equipment. (Read more in "Sundhedsstyrelsens retningslinje for sundhedsfaglige I forhold til relevante værnemidler")

If you have questions regarding how to handle those with confirmed or suspected infection, what to do if personnel or citizens develop symptoms, about personal protection equipment and treatment of patients with COVID-19, etc., you can contact the Danish Patient Safety Authority's hotline. Note that this hotline is only for personnel in the healthcare, eldercare or social fields who are calling for advice related to work. 

If you are a general practitioner, you can read more in the Danish Health Authority's note about general practice's roll under the COVID-19 epidemic.

 . https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

I am employed in the healthcare or eldercare sector and belong to a special risk group – what should I do?

The Danish Health Authority has published a note regarding employees in the healthcare and eldercare sectors who belong to special risk groups, who also have essential job functions or special critical functions. 

You can read it here.

You are encouraged to have a dialogue with your employer, and possibly also your working environment representative, based on the note's recommendations.

Pregnant women are regarded as belonging to a special risk group up to 2 weeks after delivering (based on a principle of caution). You can read more about special risk groups above. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

How should close contact with relatives of patients with COVID-19 be handled?

In cases of confirmed COVID-19, the treating physician should ensure that the patient is informed and instructed in contact tracing with regards to close contacts. 

Close contacts are defined as:

  • People from the same household as someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • People with direct physical contact (like a hand shake, for example) with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • Having direct contact with secretions from a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19, for example being coughed on or touching a used tissue
  • People with close contact face-to-face within 2 meters for more than 15 minutes, like a conversation with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • People who have been in a closed environment, like a classroom or meeting room, for more than 15 minutes with less than 2 meters distance from someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • Those who have participated in the care of a patient with COVID-19, without the use of personal protective equipment as prescribed

All people who can are defined as having been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, should be instructed in showing heightened awareness of symptoms that could be a sign of COVID-19 during the subsequent 14 days, so called self-monitoring.
If you develop symptoms, you should stay home and avoid contact with others. You should contact your general practitioner in the case of severe symptoms or worsening of your condition.

It is the treating physician of patients with confirmed COVID-19 that should ensure that close contacts to the patient are informed about showing heightened awareness if they develop symptoms. This can be done by informing close relatives and asking the patient and/or relatives, as much as possible, to inform other close contacts the patient has had within the last 14 days before developing symptoms.

Close contacts should be informed that:

  • They should show heightened awareness of developing possible symptoms of COVID-19, including fever, cough, difficulty breathing, muscle/joint pain, fatigue and headache, but also mild cold symptoms up to 14 days after contact
  • They should stay home until they are symptom free, and contact their general practitioner if the need arises

The doctor's duty to inform can be ensured by distributing the Danish Health Authority's material, for example. This material will be made available on the Danish Health Authority's website during the coming week.

In case of doubt regarding the duty to inform, the Danish Patient Safety Authority can be contacted. (stps.dk)

If you have questions regarding how to handle those with confirmed or suspected infection, what to do if personnel or citizens develop symptoms, about personal protection equipment and treatment of patients with COVID-19, etc., you can contact the Danish Patient Safety Authority's hotline. Note that this hotline is only for personnel in the healthcare, eldercare or social fields who are calling for advice related to work. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

How should close contact for personnel who have participated in the care of a patient with confirmed COVD-19 be handled?

All personnel in the healthcare and eldercare sectors (i.e. hospitals, doctor's offices, nursing homes, home health care) who can be defined as having close contact to confirmed cases of COVID-19 have a specially heightened duty to perform self-monitoring, with being aware of developing symptoms of COVID-19 after contact. 

If you develop symptoms, even mild symptoms, you must not come to work. If you develop symptoms while you are at work, you must leave immediately. You may not return to work until you have been symptom free for 48 hours. 

If you develop symptoms, you should stay home, avoid contact with others and contact your general practitioner if you develop moderate to severe symptoms or experience worsening of your condition.

Employers in the healthcare and eldercare sectors must ensure that personnel with symptoms of COVID-19 do not show up to work and thereby risk infection patients/residents, to inform all employees of the above and to ensure that it is enforced, as well as to send employees home who exhibit signs that could be caused by COVID-19. Leadership at places of treatment are responsible for informing all employees, who have been in risk situations with close contact with a patient with COVID-19 without the recommended protective equipment. (Read more in "Sundhedsstyrelsens retningslinje for sundhedsfaglige I forhold til relevante værnemidler") Leadership at the workplace has a heightened duty to send employees home if they exhibit signs of upper respiratory infection or other symptoms that could give rise to suspicion of COVID-19.

If you have questions regarding how to handle those with confirmed or suspected infection, what to do if personnel or citizens develop symptoms, about personal protection equipment and treatment of patients with COVID-19, etc., you can contact the Danish Patient Safety Authority's hotline. Note that this hotline is only for personnel in the healthcare, eldercare or social fields who are calling for advice related to work. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions


I have plans to travel – are there special precautions I should take?

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against travel to several countries and advises against unnecessary travel to all countries. COVID-19 is found in many countries all over the world. Several countries have special rules for travelers from other countries, which can make it difficult to travel to and within the country, and you can risk being stranded and have a difficult time returning to Denmark again. 

Always check The Danish Foreign Ministry's travel advisories before you decide to travel. 

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

I have returned from a trip – are there special precautions I should take?

When you return from foreign travel, it is strongly recommended that you stay home for 14 days. 

During your trip home, you should observe the general guidelines for how to behave in public. (see above)

If you become ill after returning home, you should react just as all others who experience symptoms. Read above what to do if you become ill.

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

There is a temporary ban on events and activities involving more than 10 people

The Government has ordered a temporary ban – effective as from 18 March 2020 at 10.00 am – on events, activities etc. involving more than 10 people. This ban applies to both indoor and outdoor assemblages of more than 10 people, and it applies to both public and private events. The ban will apply at least until 30 March 2020.

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

Should I use a mask while travelling?

No, we do not recommend wearing mouth or face masks as there is nothing to suggest that using these masks have any effect on virus transmission when used by healthy individuals conducting usual activities in public.

If everybody uses a mask in situations where it has no effect, we risk ending up with a shortage of masks in places where they are important, specifically in the healthcare and eldercare sectors.

We recommend that you follow our general advice to the public, which you can read above. . https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

I am an employer – are there and special precautions I should take concerning my employees?

On March 11th 2020, our Prime Minister announced that all unnecessary activity in places where many people are gathered is to be shut down for 14 days starting Friday, March 13th 2020. This includes a recommendation that all workers in non-critical functions be sent home during this period, with, for example, assignments to be done at home.

As an employer, you should support the Danish Health Authority's general advice to the population. You should inform about and provide easy access to good hygiene, having special focus on cleaning and sending employees home if they show signs of illness. 

Employees who have been in close contact with a person med a confirmed case of COVID-19 should:

  • Be informed about COVID-19 and which symptoms they should pay attention to, including fever and/or signs of respiratory tract infection up to 14 days after contact
  • Stay home or go home immediately if they develop symptoms. They should only contact a doctor in case of severe symptoms (Read more under the section about what to do if you've become ill)

People who have been in close contact with those who are infected are:

  • People with direct physical contact (like a hand shake, for example) with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • People with close contact face-to-face within 2 meters for more than 15 minutes, like a conversation with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19, or in being within two seats in all directions in an airplane
  • People who have been in a closed environment, like a meeting room, for more than 15 minutes with less than 2 meters distance from someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • Healthcare workers and others who have participated in the care of a patient with COVID-19, without the use of personal protective equipment as prescribed

These recommendations apply at a heightened level for employers in the healthcare, eldercare and social sectors. Read more below in the section for workers and leaders in these sectors.

If you are a shop owner in the retail branch, we have created material and posters you can hang up, as well as information and good advice for employees, which you can find here.   

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

Which doctor's appointments, operations, etc. are being cancelled

In order to prepare our healthcare system for the increase in pressure that we expect to come with the spreading of COVID-19 in Denmark, there is a need to free up capacity at our hospitals. This can mean that planned visits may be cancelled or postponed, if they are evaluated to be non-critical. This applies until the end of June 2020, so far. 

There are also other measures that affect activity in our health care system. This can mean that doctor's appointments, operations, etc. may be cancelled or postponed. If you have questions about cancellations, contact your place of treatment.

There are, however, many activities that we recommend proceed as planned. This includes treatment of acute or newly developed diseases or injuries, acute operations, psychiatric diagnosis and treatment, rehabilitation at special hospitals, etc.

Appointments with your doctor can also be affected if your doctor reorganizes their work in order to reduce the risk of spreading infection through doctor visits as much as possible. It may be that follow up consultations are done over the telephone.

Childrens and pregnant womens well visits/check-ups, child vaccinations and pertussis vaccination of pregnant women should also proceed as planned. 

These measures are described in the Danish Health Authority's notes "Notat om reduction af hospitalsaktivitet ifm. COVID-19" and "Håndtering af COVID-19: Beskrivelse af kritiske funktioner i sundhedsvæsenet".

. https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/frequently-asked-questions

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