Denmark has eased tourism restrictions due to the coronavirus as it is no longer necessary to reserve at least six days to enter the country despite the nightlife remaining closed.
The requirement that visitors book at least six nights in a hotel, campsite or house for the holidays was introduced in June when Denmark started opening borders that had been closed since March to avoid infection.
“We are still in a serious situation and so this agreement is vital to get through the fall and keep infections low,” said Attorney General Nick Haekkerup.
The government and parliament agreed in May on a plan to reopen the country and multi-stage economic activities. Although it has resumed, they agreed to keep some measures such as keeping the capacity of 100 people in meetings until next November 1st.