While regulations in Denmark are lenient, the Covid-19 pandemic is still ongoing. The organisers take the risk of infections during the conference very seriously. On this page we present the measures we will adopt to reduce this risk as much as possible and within the means available. We ask everyone to be cautious and respectful of other’s personal space(s) and sense of comfort. Especially at social gatherings, distance is difficult to maintain and we have to be respectful of each other, reducing the risk of infections together.
For more information about current regulations regarding Covid-19 in Denmark go to: www.en.coronasmitte.dk
On this page we want to inform you about the measures we have adopted to reduce the risk of infections.
At the conference, every badge will come with a choice of three stickers: red, yellow, and green. Please respect your fellow participants’ preference for maintaining distance with green saying that you are ok with close contact and red asking delegates to maintain distance, possibly wearing a mask while speaking to each other.
All session rooms will be equipped with hand disinfectants. Many buildings also have hand sanitiser offered at the entrance. Please notify the volunteers/ room assistants if sanitiser needs to be filled up.
(+45 only when calling from outside Denmark)
Police, fire, ambulance (+45) 112
Police (+45) 114 [Linjeskift til tekstombrydning]
Falck car rescue services (+45) 70 10 20 30
Emergency room at Aarhus Hospital, Skejby (+45) 70 11 31 31. Always remember to call in beforehand, Address: Palle Juul-Jensens Boulevard 161, Entrance 33, 8200 Aarhus N.
Doctor, outside normal working hours (16-08) - Lægevagten (+45) 70 11 31 31. Always remember to call in beforehand, Address: Palle Juul-Jensens Boulevard 161, Entrance 33, 8200 Aarhus N.
Dentist, outside normal working hours: Valdemarsgade 1 D, stuen th., 8000 Aarhus C (+45) 40 51 51 62. Opening hours are Friday 18-21 and Saturday/Sunday 10-13.
Pharmacy: Aarhus Løve Apotek, Store Torv 5, 8000 Aarhus C (+45) 86 12 00 22. Opening hours 06-24.
If you feel sick or are tested positive, please isolate yourself and refrain from going to the conference or social events. Please notify close contacts or colleagues at the conference if you need assistance or help with everyday affairs. If you need medical assistance, please contact the emergency numbers above or ask the organisers for help (email@example.com).
It is not required by law or Aarhus University to wear masks during large gatherings such as this conference. We encourage wearing masks (medical or FFP2 masks) while attending social events or at spaces where many people gather at the same time, e.g. while getting lunch at the canteens. Wearing of masks is a personal safety measure which also protects others. There is a limited amount of masks available at the registration desk. Please ask if you want a mask or have forgotten your own.
We are asking participants to take a self test before coming to the conference. These can be brought from home or purchased at a drugstore, pharmacy or even some supermarkets for around 25DKK/ test.
For visitors in Denmark, it is also possible to get a free test at one of the test centers, even without a social security number. You will need to register at https://sts.covidresults.dk/Account/Login with your mobile phone and you can also obtain PCR tests for free. Please refer to this page for further information: https://www.rm.dk/om-os/aktuelt/corona/test-for-smitte-med-coronavirus/turist-information/
The nearest test center in Aarhus is about 5km/20min by lightrail L2 from the campus:
Testcenter Aarhus at Aarhus University Hospital
Tyge Søndergaards Vej 953, 8200 Aarhus N
Monday 08:00 - 15:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 15:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 15:00
Thursday 08:00 - 15:00
Friday 08:00 - 15:00
Saturday 09:00 - 16:00
Sunday 09:00 - 16:00
We will ensure that session rooms will be aired out between sessions during the coffee and lunch breaks, where it is possible.