Overview: Here, bandages and coronapas will be available from Monday


On Monday, the mouthpiece returns in public transport and in retail.

This happens after the Folketing’s Epidemic Committee at a meeting on Thursday evening has adopted a number of new restrictions to curb the infection with coronavirus.

The restrictions were adopted on the recommendation of the Epidemic Commission, and the vast majority of the Commission’s recommendations were followed by the Epidemic Committee.

However, two issues concerning bandages could not be created by a majority, and they must be discussed by the epidemic committee again.

Read more about what applies from Monday and what has not yet been agreed on:

It is valid from Monday 29 November:

Mundbind i kollektiv transport

When the restrictions come into force, you will again have to wear a bandage in public transport.

This applies when traveling by bus, train, light rail, metro, ferry, domestic plane and taxi.

Mouthpieces in retail

Customers must wear bandages in the retail trade. This means, among other things, that you have to wear a bandage when you are out shopping or shopping.

Requirements for coronapas in several places

The number of places to display corona passes is expanding. From Monday, it will be possible to show corona passes in the following places:

  • Government jobs.
  • Higher education, youth and adult education as well as language centers.
  • Liberal service professions – tattoo artists, massage clinics, hairdressers, tanning beds.
  • Visitors in elderly care and social services.
  • In locations where there are over 100 indoors and 1000 outside.

Reduced duration of coronapas

Negative test results from Monday will not apply as coronapas for the same length of time. A negative test result from a PCR test will give coronapas for 72 hours. Before, it was for 96 hours.

A negative test result from a lightning test gives coronapas for 48 hours instead of 72 hours, as was the case before.

This was not adopted, but will probably be discussed in the epidemic committee again

Mouthpieces for staff and residents of nursing homes.

The Epidemic Commission had recommended that employees and residents wear sanitary napkins in public areas of nursing homes. It was not passed in the Folketing’s Epidemic Committee on Thursday night.

Blinds for retail employees.

The Epidemic Commission recommended that retail employees wear bandages at work. It was not adopted at the epidemic committee meeting Thursday night.

Sources: TV 2, Ritzau and the Epidemic Commission.


Source: Politiken.dk – Forsiden by politiken.dk.

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