Travel to Denmark from the UK now permitted again

The UK government has announced a list of countries that form part of the ‘travel corridor’, and Denmark is on it.

When LEGO House and LEGOLAND Billund Resort reopened a few weeks ago, it was mainly domestic visitors who benefited. The UK government has announced a list of countries that residents can travel to and return from without isolating for 14 days, and Denmark is on the list.

It means that should they wish to, UK travellers can visit the LEGO Group’s hometown of Billund, check out LEGO House and pick up the new exclusive 40501 The Wooden Duck. LEGOLAND Billund Resort is also open. There are a number of restrictions in place though, so fans may be tempted to delay any visits until things get closer to normality.

Denmark was hit by coronavirus earlier than many other countries, but took measures quickly and now has a very low rate of infection.

LEGO House exclusive sets were briefly made available at LEGO.com, but now that the venue has reopened they are once again exclusive to the LEGO Store located there.

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Graham

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