Due to increasing coronavirus infection, it is especially important for private party organizers to try to avoid spreading the infection.
Therefore, there are a number of recommendations and good advice that the organizers can benefit from following. It writes the National Board of Health in a press release.
Among other things, the Danish Health and Medicines Authority recommends that all guests can keep a distance of one meter from each other. For people at increased risk, a distance of two meters is recommended.
It is also recommended that each participant should be able to have four square meters for himself. That is, an area of twice two meters.
According to Bolette Søborg, who is chief physician at the National Board of Health, good space makes it easier to keep your distance.
She also believes that as a host you should limit the number of guests you invite.
– Distance is absolutely crucial in relation to protecting each other from infection, says Bolette Søborg in the press release.
According to the National Board of Health, if a guest is infected at an event, it is important that the other participants are made aware of it.
Therefore, as an organizer or host, you should make sure that you have contact information on all participants, so you can contact them or help the authorities with subsequent contact tracking.
The updated recommendations from the National Board of Health follow after the number of cases of infection has recently been increasing in Denmark.
The situation has led the health authorities to recommend that people in Odense, Copenhagen and the municipalities around the capital consider whether they can cancel or postpone parties in the coming weeks.
But not all parties need to be postponed. This has since been emphasized by Minister of Health Magnus Heunicke (S).
According to the minister, there is no reason to move around at, for example, weddings and confirmations.
Source: The Nordic Page