On Monday, the government announced tighter restrictions.
Starting today, there will be several changes to life in Copenhagen, in an effort that the government hopes will help to slow contagion rates of COVID-19. These new restrictions include the closure of museums, galleries, and restaurants. This has prompted the city’s beloved Tivoli to close for the year, and many restaurants are now offering takeaway. Students from upper primary school to those at university will also be sent home for the year, a little early.
These restrictions are won’t just be seen in Copenhagen – 38 municipalities in Denmark out of the country’s 98 w ill have to adhere to these new guidelines. On January 3 the guidelines will come to an end and be reviewed and those restrictions which are already in force across the country will last well into the new year – into March.
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