January 27, 2022

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Denmark to close cinemas, theaters and concert halls among recorded cases


Med Frederickson told a news conference that the Scandinavian nation had registered more than 11,000 new cases all the time in the last 24 hours. Denmark is at the forefront of the deployment and is one of the few countries in the world to have detected most cases of omigran.

“Theaters, theaters, concert halls should be closed,” Prime Minister Mete Frederickson told a news conference.

“We need to limit our activity. We all need to limit our social interaction,” he called.

Unacceptable situation

Denmark, which is at the forefront of the deployment, is one of the countries in the world that has found the highest number of cases of omigran in its soil, and officials expect it to become the majority in the coming days.

The measures announced on Friday have not yet been approved by parliament.

“Because we have vaccines,” Frederickson said, “our goal is to keep the community as open as possible, avoiding locks like the one decided in the spring of 2020.”

Back to school on January 5th

The government will also demand the closure of other gathering places, such as amusement parks or convention centers or museums.

If the Christmas holidays have already been extended to cope with the rising tide of lawsuits, the administrator still plans to return to school when the new school year begins on January 5th.

The nightlife already planned last week will be further reduced, bars and restaurants will be closed at 11:00 pm, and liquor will be banned after 10:00 pm.

One month after identification, the Omigran variant appears to be highly contagious and in part appears to have escaped vaccination, although the severity of the infection is unknown.

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