Latest news from SOS International

SOS International Sustainability Report 2020

A strong commitment to the protection of personal data; a new strategy period with strengthened focus on sustainability; and zero tolerance of any acts of discrimination in the corporate culture. These are some of the issues included in the Sustainability Report 2020.

SOS International has published its annual results for 2020

2020 has indeed been an unusual year and it has turned out quite different than expected. Financially, the result in 2020 reflects the lower activity caused by Covid-19. Nevertheless, SOS International is still in a very strong financial position in order to develop and strengthen the market position in the coming years.

Use nature to take care of yourself during Covid

The Covid pandemic is dragging on, and it is becoming increasingly challenging to find energy and to keep an overview. Chief psychologist urges the use of nature to charge your mental battery.

SOS International and the Capitol Region of Denmark amend their agreement for rapid tests

SOS International supports the changed test strategy of the Capitol Region of Denmark, meaning that several suppliers will contribute to an increased test capacity.

SOS International to perform quick tests in four of the five Danish regions

After 1 February, SOS International will test residents in the Capital Region, Region Zealand, the Central Jutland Region and the North Jutland Region. This was established today when the Danish Regions announced which providers of the COVID-19 quick test will supplement the public test capacity until 1 May at the earliest.

SOS International opens test centre at the Port of Aarhus

Now, there is another place where residents in Aarhus and Central Jutland can be tested for COVID-19. On Thursday, 17 December, the SOS International quick test centre opened at the Port of Aarhus at the previous location of the ferry Molslinjen.

SOS International now contributes to the public testing capacity

Today, SOS International has entered into an agreement with the Danish Regions to supplement the public testing capacity with 11,000 daily antigen tests. Private persons can therefore now book an appointment for a free test at SOS International and Charlottenlund Lægehus Medicals Nordic and receive a quick result.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark recognises the use of antigen testing for business travellers

From Monday 7 December 2020, business travellers have the full support of the Danish authorities for being tested using an antigen test when they return home from business travel.

SOS International challenges SSI’s statement on antigen test

On 11 November, the Danish Statens Serum Institut (SSI) announced that antigen testing should only be used as a supplement to PCR testing. SOS International sees weaknesses in the French study on which SSI based this announcement.

SOS International opens COVID-19 test clinic at Esbjerg Airport

Press release

Once again, visitors to the airport, businesses and private individuals can be tested for COVID-19 at Esbjerg Airport. SOS International opens a test clinic where you can pay a fee, be tested and receive a result in 15 minutes.

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