Important information regarding Covid-19 and the treatment at Diers Klinik


You can contact us by phone every day between 9 and 10 o’clock. You can also always send us an e-mail: 
We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Updated 08-01-2021

In light of the danish government’s approach to the spread of new coronavirus, Diers Klinik will follow the recommendations of the Danish health authorities regarding social intercourse as well as insemination treatment. 

Please contact us by e-mail to get an appointment for the insemination treatment. If you do not live in Denmark you need a document from us, so you can travel to Denmark. We will send the document by e-mail between 9 and 10 am. Please write your full name and brthday in the e-mail, so we can make the document.

When you come from abroad, you need to show a negative COVID-19 test (within the last 24 hours) when entering the country. 

We will ask everyone to wear a mask when you visit our clinic. Our employees will wear masks as well, when they move around in the clinic.

We have been in regular contact with the Danish Patient Safety Authority. If you meet the criteria below, you should contact the clinic by phone or email to arrange an appointment for an insemination treatment. If you want a time on the same day, we need to hear from you before 10 am.

We have the following requirements for the women, who come to the clinic for a treatment:

  • You must feel completely healthy, you schould not even have a cold
  • You must not be in quarantine
  • You should wear a mask in the clinic
  • You must not have the following symptoms: fever, cough or breathing difficulties
  • We recommend coming to the clinic by car and to avoid public transportation
  • We need a feedback, if you should be tested positive for COVID-19 within 14 days after treatment at Diers Klinik
  • You will receive a warm smile at your arrival – we do not shake hands
  • You are welcome to bring your partner 

Pregnancy and COVID-19

As the COVID-19 infection is previously unknown, knowledge of the potential effect of the virus on pregnancy is very sparse. But COVID-19 virus infects the respiratory tract, not blood or reproductive organs, and infection from mother to fetus has not yet been detected, as is no evidence that infection with COVID-19 virus compromises the chance of achieving and completing pregnancy.

You can read about the recommendations from RCOG (Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists), ESHRE (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology) and ASRM (American Society for Reproductive Medicine) here:


Please take care of yourself and each other.

Best regards
Team Diers Klinik