The EU health pass section of the app can still be used for travel to countries that still have vaccination or other Covid-19 health pass rules, the Ministry of Health said in a statement on Wednesday.
Restrictions requiring the coronapas in Denmark were mostly removed in February, though recommendations for it had remained in place at hospitals and in the care sector.
These local recommendations have now been lifted based on recommendations by the government’s Epidemic Commission advisory board, the ministry said in the statement.
This means no recommendations or requirements for use of the coronapas are now in place anywhere in Denmark.
The coronapas app will continue to work, but users will see a message when logging in stating that it only needs to be used in relation to international travel, and that the Danish format of the health pass has been removed.
A prompt then directs users to the international version of the pass.
The international Covid-19 health pass also remains accessible on the sundhed.dk website and Minsundhed app.
“The coronapas app has, since May 2021, been a crucial tool which has helped to reduce the risk of infection at gatherings and in situations where it would otherwise be high,” Health Minister Magnus Heunicke said in the statement.
“The coronapas has been a precondition us safely being able to keep society as open as possible,” he said.
Authorities will be able to reactivate the Danish part of the coronapas at short notice should its use be deemed necessary again in future.
Although the coronapas will no longer be used in health and care situations, guidelines on Covid-19 testing for staff and wearing PPE in these settings are still in use.
The Smittestop contact tracing app was also recently taken out of commission in Denmark.