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Coronavirus updates

​​In Danske Bank we want to protect and support our customers, employees and external partners, so we have therefore enforced a number of initiatives in the situation of Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Danske Bank instructions
Danske Bank is continuously monitoring the situation as well as the recommendations from local authorities in all the countries that we are present. Where required, our employees will work from home in order to prevent further spread of Coronavirus.

Danske Bank’s local instructions on Coronavirus also apply to our suppliers and external consultants working in or requiring access to Danske Bank premises. Local instructions can be obtained from your local contact person in Danske Bank or by using the contact information on this page. Where required, our employees will work from home in order to prevent further spread of Coronavirus.

Danske Bank’s local instructions on Coronavirus also apply to our suppliers and external consultants working in or requiring access to Danske Bank premises. Local instructions can be obtained from your local contact person in Danske Bank or by using the contact information on this page.


For employees or subcontractors
From November 29, 2021, all employees and suppliers must hold a valid Corona passport when entering our premises and branches in Denmark. For the other countries local recommendations may apply (find the links below)

If any of your employees or subcontractors are showing potential coronavirus symptoms, such as fever, headache and coughing, they are not allowed to enter Danske Bank premises until:

  •  Two separate corona-tests have been conducted, both indicating a negative result or
  •  48 hours have passed since the last symptoms disappeared.

If any of your employees or subcontractors have travelled from or to any country defined as high risk by our local authorities within the last 10 days, the employee is not allowed to enter our premises until:

  • A period of 10 days has passed from the time the person has returned or
  • Two consecutive corona-tests indicate a negative result.

Actions for Danske Bank suppliers
We kindly request that our suppliers inform Danske Bank immediately if they identify a material risk of service disruption or a threat to business continuity. By being proactive, we can work together to find an effective solution before any risk materializes. Please use your normal communication channels such as the contract manager or the category manager to communicate these risks or send an e-mail to procurement_premises@danskebank.dk

We are encouraging virtual collaboration
To prevent the spread of Coronavirus, virtual collaboration is preferred over physical meetings. However, be aware that only approved tools, such as Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams can be used for virtual collaboration with Danske Bank employees. Applications such as Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and Zoom pose an IT security risk and are not authorized for virtual collaboration.

Information is updated on 7 December 2021