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Denmark to lift legislation on the wearing of face coverings this month

The Danish Government has announced the country will begin to remove Covid-19 restrictions, such as the use of face coverings.

All restrictions which have been brought in as a result of Covid-19 will be completely lifted by October 1st.


The wearing of face coverings will be no longer required from June 14th, except on public transport during rush hour.

“We will be able to do everything that we have missed, because we now have the epidemic under control,” Minister for Health Magnus Heunicke said.

Restaurants and bars will be allowed to remain open until midnight from June 11th.


From July 15th, they will be allowed open until 2am.

Nightclubs will also be allowed to reopen from September, but will require a Covid-19 pass until October 1st, when all restrictions will be over.

!0,000 people will also be allowed attend public events from June 14th.


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