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Outlines of areas of risk

Due to the fear of inducing African swine fever to Denmark, an increased state of alert is implemented for vehicles arriving from specified eastern provinces of Poland. Poland has been divided into two zones, please see list and map below.

The increased state of alert has furthermore been implemented in the following high risk areas (black areas): Eastern Poland, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Russia and Moldovia

Provinces in Poland with increased alert:

  • Lubelskie 
  • Małopolskie
  • Mazowieckie 
  • Opolskie 
  • Podkarpackie 
  • Podlaskie 
  • Śląskie 
  • Świętokrzyskie 
  • Warmińsko-Mazurskie

Provinces in Czech Republic with increased state of alert:

  • Jihomoravský 
  • Královéhradecký 
  • Moravskoslezský 
  • Olomoucký 
  • Pardubický 
  • Vysočina 
  • Zlinský

Provinces in Slovakia with increased state of alert:

  • Banskobystrický 
  • Košický 
  • Prešovský 
  • Trenčianský 
  • Zilibský

Provinces in Hungary with increased state of alert:

  • Dèl-Alföld
    Bács-Kiskun
    Békés
    Csongrád 
  • Észak-Alförd
    Hajdú-Bihar
    Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok
    Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg 
  • Éazak-Magyarorazág
    Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén
    Heves
    Nógrád 
  • Közép-Magyarország
    Budapest
    Pest
In the case of vehicles arriving from areas of high risk, 48-hour quarantine comes into effect.
If a vehicle at any time in the past seven days has been in an area of high, 48-hour quarantine comes into effect after wash and disinfection at a DANISH-approved washing and disinfection station. 

Areas of high risk comprise all countries outside the EU/EEA (including Switzerland), all countries located at the outer land borders of the EU/EEA, and countries without an official disease status.  

Besides countries outside the EU/EEA special areas of risk include Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Norway, parts of Poland, Romania, and Slovakia.


Area of Risk (green zones), area of High Risk (red zones), area of increased alert (black zones).
Updated: 20.10.2016
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