In Denmark, Public Meetings With Fifty People Will be Allowed Again From Monday

In Denmark, public meetings with fifty people will be allowed again from Monday. The Ministry of Health announced this. It is one of the relaxations of the corona measures.


Since March 17, meetings with more than ten people have been banned. The ministry also reports that swimming pools, fitness centres and other sports halls are reopening.

Denmark has been gradually normalizing public life again since mid-April. First, the schools reopened, then shops and restaurants.

As of Friday, a maximum of five hundred supporters is allowed in sports matches in large stadiums.

In concrete terms, that means that five hundred fans per game are allowed again in sports in the Danish Superliga.

In the more massive stadiums, such as that of FC Copenhagen, more fans may be welcome soon. The club is working on a plan in which it will be possible to spread 10,500 people across the stands.

In Denmark, 11,948 people have been diagnosed with the coronavirus, and at least 589 people have died from it.

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