Denmark to ease coronavirus restrictions despite Omicron surge

The Danish authorities on Wednesday (12 January) proposed easing coronavirus restrictions on the finish of the week, together with the reopening of cinemas and music venues, as hospitalisation charges decline regardless of record-high an infection numbers.

The transfer is an encouraging signal even because the World Well being Group (WHO) and public well being specialists have warned of a tsunami of Omicron instances.

Denmark noticed a surge in day by day infections in mid-December, prompting new restrictions together with the closure of theatres, cinemas, leisure parks and convention centres, in addition to measures to restrict giant crowds in shops and outlets.

Nevertheless, whilst an infection charges stay close to report ranges above 20,000 a day, hospital admissions and deaths have stabilised at ranges under these seen a 12 months in the past.


“In mild of how effectively issues are going, it is actually, actually constructive that the Epidemic Fee (an skilled advisory group) now recommends lifting a few of the restrictions, not least within the cultural sphere,” Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen stated.

The federal government proposed following the advisory group’s suggestions, together with the reopening of theatres, cinemas, museums and botanic gardens, in addition to permitting spectators at out of doors sports activities occasions. It proposed limiting attendance at indoor music venues to 500.

The Social Democratic authorities is assembly with different events this afternoon and has scheduled a information briefing at 1700 GMT.


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