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Coronavirus - COVID19

Coronavirus - COVID19

Thyboron Port is critical infrastructure and we will during the COVID-19 pandemic maintain the operation. We have taken outmost precautions and because of that we maintain our port control and other critical functions. 

The Port of Thyboron operates as normal and COVID-19 contingency plans have been implemented. Harbour assistants are working in multiple shifts and there is 100% backup, wherefore ship are berthing on schedule.

We strive to update the website as the Danish authorities change the restrictions in order to control the spread of coronavirus - COVID19.

As the situation is as of the 14th of June 2021 following regulations apply:

All vessels are allowed to call Thyboron Port.

It is allowed to make crew changes if necessary.

Negative covid-19 tests are not an obligation for entry.

South Africain crew members are not allowed to sign in at Danish Ports.

Entry is not allowed for crew members with signs of illness, such as coughs and fever.

Short-term shore leave is now permitted for foreign vessels and crews. It is allowed to leave the vessel for lines check at the quayside, and it is now allowed to leave the port area and to go into the city for a bath or provissionning. Normal shore leave is permitted if the crew member can show a negative covid19-test less than 24 hours old. 

If you arrive from a “high-risk country” within the EU, the Schengen area or the United Kingdom or from a banned country outside the EU, you must be able to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 72 hours before entry.

The Danish Health Authorities have established guidelines for persons arriving in Denmark, including vessels arriving in Danish Ports. These guidelines must be followed carefully.

Direct link to the Danish official websites:



Danish Health Authority’s posters:

Emergency contacts in Denmark

Attached file:
Emergency Contacts in Denmark (115 kB)


Attached file:
Hygiene instructions in Denmark (38 kB)
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