If you do not have symptoms and want to be tested for coronavirus, you must book an appointment at coronoprover.dk. You get answers to your test by logging on to sundhed.dk with your NemID. Most will get an answer within 24-48 hours.
If you have mild symptoms (fever, cough, difficulty swallowing, breathing problems and headache) and want to be tested, call the clinic where we can make a referral. Then, you must book an appointment at coronaprover.dk. While awaiting answers to your test, stay home and avoid contact with others people.
If your child has symptoms of coronavirus, contact the clinic where we make a referral. Then, make an appointment for a test of your child at coronaprover.dk. If the child is under 16 , a parent's NemID is used. If the child is over 15 years , the child's is used own NemID. If you do not have a NemID, you can book an appointment at CoronaTest Booking on tel. 30 66 89 37. The phone is open every day at 10-18.
The clinic sends answers to your child's test (if you are registered in our online system).
If you have been in close contact with a person infected with coronavirus, you may also have been infected.
You are considered a close contact if you:
living with an infected person
have had direct physical contact (eg a hug) with an infected person
have had unprotected and direct contact with secretions from an infected person (eg have been coughed on or touched a used handkerchief)
have had close face-to-face contact within 1 meter for more than 15 minutes with an infected person (eg conversation)
as healthcare professionals or others have participated in the care of a corona-infected citizen / patient and have not used protective equipment
If you have been in close contact with a person infected with coronavirus please contact the clinic where we make a referral. Then, you must book an appointment for a test at coronaprover.dk. While awaiting answers to your test, stay home and avoid contact with others people.
If your test is positive , you will be contacted by Corona Detection under the Danish Agency for Patient Safety. Here you will be advised on how to behave when you have tested positive and get help to track down who they have had contact with after you became ill.