Stranded overseas/unable to get home
If you are stranded in another country without onward travel options, you should find accommodation and ensure that you have access to clean water and food. Follow the advice issued by the health authorities in the Faroe Islands and Denmark, and in the country where you are located. Consult the information and recommendations on the following sites:
www.coronasmitte.dk and www.um.dk – the Danish Foreign Ministry, which also has an information service for citizens – Borgerservice - on Facebook.
Also consult the information provided by the Danish Embassy in the country where you are situated.
The Danish Foreign Ministry is working continuously to find travel options for stranded Danish citizens, which also includes Faroe Islanders.
Contact your travel agent, airline and insurance company and follow the instructions issued by the local authorities.
If you need special assistance, contact one of the helplines below, including the 24-hour service of the Danish Foreign Ministry or the helpline of the Faroese Foreign Service.
If you are stranded in Asia, you can contact the Danish Foreign Ministry on tel. +45 33 92 13 44 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are stranded in South or Central America, you can contact the Danish Foreign Ministry on tel. +45 33 92 13 45 or by email on email@example.com.
If you are stranded in Africa, you can contact the Danish Foreign Ministry on tel. +45 33 92 09 96 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 24-hour helpline of the Danish Foreign Ministry is tel. +45 33 92 11 12 and email email@example.com.
The helpline of the Faroese Foreign Service is tel. +298 304020, and email firstname.lastname@example.org.