Museums, exhibition halls, cinemas and zoos will be open for visits in Denmark in the coming days, although this was scheduled to take place on June 8, Danish radio reported today, quoted by TASS.From May 25, the border regime for citizens of Germany and neighboring countries will be relaxed, and businessmen, villa owners and spouses of Danish citizens will be able to enter Denmark. High school and university students will resume face-to-face classes on May 27, and from June 8, the ban on gathering groups of more than 10 people will be replaced by a permit to gather 30 to 50 people in public places.
A month later, a new phase of lifting the restrictions in Denmark is imminent. For now, discos, gyms, swimming pools and children’s playgrounds remain closed.
According to data from yesterday, the registered cases of coronavirus in Denmark have reached a total of 11,117, 554 people have died since the beginning of the epidemic in the country.