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If it stands for more bourgeois parties, then even more should be opened on Monday than what the Epidemic Commission on Wednesday recommended.
This is how it sounds from the Liberal Party and the Liberal Alliance, after the Epidemic Commission on Wednesday submitted its recommendations for what should open and remain closed from on Monday, when the restrictions in the current agreement expire.
»I have the attitude that Denmark is an open society. We must be careful not to end up perceiving it as a gift when some restrictions stop and the Danes can again earn their own money, “says the Liberal Party’s health spokesman, Martin Geertsen:
“I simply doubt how burdened our healthcare system is due to the omicron infection, and therefore we want a critical view of the remaining restrictions.”
The Epidemic Committee meets on Wednesday at 15.15 to negotiate the level of restriction.
The Epidemic Commission that, for example, zoos, amusement parks, museums, art galleries and outdoor sports events with seated spectators can reopen.
In addition, it is recommended that there are no longer any area requirements in the Danish National Church and other denominations.
In addition, the Epidemic Commission believes that cinemas, venues, theaters, conference venues and the like can open with a participation limit of 350 people indoors – however, with requirements for bandages and corona passes.
Conversely, it is reported that the nightlife remains closed and the current restrictions on the last serving at. 22.00 in the restaurant industry should continue.
Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (S) says TV 2, that the government intends to follow the Commission’s recommendations.
»We intend to follow the recommendations, and we are fully aware that it is difficult for large parts of Danish art and cultural life to have these restrictions, which have been in force for a period. And we hope for support from the Folketing for that, “says the Prime Minister.
The leader of the Liberal Alliance, Alex Vanopslagh, goes to today’s negotiation meeting with a clear mission.
“All restrictions must go away,” Vanopslagh said.
Martin Geertsen will demand that the government argue for every single restriction that is reintroduced on Monday.
»There are also people in Denmark who make a living from arranging conferences and fairs, and there are restaurants that live under reduced opening hours and area requirements. They have a right to get the right answers, “he says.
Source: www.berlingske.dk by www.berlingske.dk.
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