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Numbers in the Faroe Islands

Last updated 20. september kl. 10:24
38
Active cases
3
cases yesterday
127
in quarantine
1
hospitalized
*All tests until and including 19 September are included
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Vaccination in the Faroe Islands
Last updated 20. september kl. 10:29
Vaccination against COVID-19

The free vaccination against COVID-19 is offered all persons on the Faroe Islands, who are 12 years and older.

First injection
37.568 injected
70,1% of the population
Second injection
35.640 injected
66,5% of the population
Vaccination against COVID-19

The free vaccination against COVID-19 is offered all persons on the Faroe Islands, who are 12 years and older.

As of September 1st, 2021, the travel recommendations are as follows
  • Test up to 48 hours before departure to the Faroe Islands
  • Test two days after arrival to Faroe Islands
  • Travellers are encouraged to avoid large crowds and to be extra careful until the result from their second day test is available
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