According to the agreement reached by the Social Democratic Party, the only party of the minority government and the Socialist Liberal Party, the Socialist People’s Party and the Union List, which support the majority in the parliament, large shops up to 5 thousand square meters have been allowed to open from 1 March.
Shops larger than 5 thousand square meters will be able to accept customers with advance reservation. Shops in shopping malls will continue to remain closed.
While the rule of gathering up to 5 people is increased to 25 people in outdoor cultural and sports activities, those who will participate in cultural activities will have to submit a PCR test taken in the last 72 hours.
In the North Jylland and West Jylland regions, students will be able to return to their schools in high school and equivalent educational institutions. Students will have to take a PCR test twice a week.
On the island of Bornholm, located in the Baltic Sea between Sweden, Germany and Poland, all classes of basic education schools were allowed to be opened. Hairdressers, tattoo clinics, beauty salons, driving courses were also allowed to open within the framework of mask, distance and PCR test rules taken in the last 72 hours.
– Prime Minister asked citizens to be patient
Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen held a press conference with Health Minister Magnus Heunicke, Justice Minister Nick Haekkerup, State Serum Institute Director Henrik Ullum and Health Administration Director Sören Broström asked citizens to be patient.
Pointing out that B117, the faster-spreading type of Kovid-19 emerging in the UK, constitutes the vast majority of Kovid-19 cases in Denmark, Frederiksen said that they will remove the restrictions “neither fast nor slow” step by step.
“The epidemic is testing our resilience. The pandemic is testing our patience. Unfortunately, our society is too.” Using his statements, he wanted citizens to be protected against the epidemic in the last 12 months, vaccination started and 1-2 more months until the summer.
Stating that they are trying to find a middle way by keeping the epidemic under control, Frederiksen emphasized that they consider the economy as well as the cases when deciding on restrictions.
Frederiksen also stated that citizens should have PCR tests frequently in order to keep the epidemic under control.
Source: STAR.COM.TR by www.star.com.tr.
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