May 25, 2022

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COVID-19 | Denmark and its health are at the forefront of re-opening passports

COVID-19 |  Denmark and its health are at the forefront of re-opening passports

(Copenhagen) Denmark on Tuesday announced the new stages of its re-launch, one of the pioneers in Europe for controlling the epidemic and supporting its health passport.

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In addition to the movie and theaters that have already been promised to reopen, gyms will reopen from Thursday, with the “Coronapass” show, health passport confirming a negative test in less than 72 hours, vaccination or COVID-19.

Bars and restaurants that already welcome customers on the health passport display are no longer subject to mandatory reservations.

College students will also be able to return to class, according to a plan discussed in parliament late at night.

From May 21, it plans to increase the number of outdoor events to 2,000, increase the number of interview students back to 50%, and allow private meetings of up to 50 people inside the home and up to 100 people outside.

For Euro football, four of these matches will be played in Copenhagen, with a plan of 16,000 spectators.

The great Roskilde Music Festival, subject to a ton of 2000 spectators and generally over 130,000, has announced its cancellation for the second year in a row.

From 1Is In August, open events will accommodate 5,000 people.

This reopening plan may be subject to local adjustments, including target closures if the virus’s circulation begins to increase again.

“If the epidemiological situation in Denmark remains stable, we will see that many other countries are being hit by the third wave and new closures, and we strongly urge that these be avoided,” Justice Minister Nick Hackerp defended.

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In the Nordic kingdom, which has a population of 5.8 million, the number of new cases is four times lower than in December, when the country was kept in a semi-container with schools and unwanted businesses closed and now reopened.

The slow-moving vaccine campaign ends in late August with the abandonment of the Astrogenene and Johnson & Johnson vaccines due to very rare but serious side effects. Currently, 11.5% of the 5.8 million Danes were vaccinated, and 23.4% received the first dose.