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Denmark will allow people to return to class and reopen cinemas and theaters

Denmark’s political parties have agreed to ease some of the restrictions put in place by the pandemic to allow younger students – up to eighth grade – to return to classrooms and cinemas and theaters from Thursday.

The agreement of the parties with the parliamentary representation arrived at dawn and implies that citizens will no longer have to reserve a table in a restaurant with half an hour of leeway and that the limit for indoor meetings has risen to 25 people.

Festival activity will also recover in part, although the 2,000 spectator limit has resulted in some of the most popular, such as Roskilde Festival and Northside Festival in Aarhus, and Tinderbox in Odense, being canceled.

Denmark will allow people to return to class and reopen cinemas and theaters
Denmark will allow people to return to class and reopen cinemas and theaters

Justice Minister Nick Haekkerup has argued that Denmark is in a good position against the virus but sees the need to maintain a “responsible balance” between “returning to normal daily life” and controlling the COVID-19 pandemic.

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