Nordea staff in Denmark urged to carry Covid passport at office

Nordea is urging its employees in Denmark to bring a Covid certificate when working at the office.

Nordea building | Photo: Thomas Borberg

The biggest Nordic bank isn't currently checking whether employees have a Covid passport, but said staff are "expected to act responsibly" and follow hygiene protocols. The purpose is to limit the spread of the virus, a Nordea spokesman said in an emailed response to questions. 

The lender also provides Covid testing at its largest locations in Denmark.

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