The one-way street will also apply to the violence in Christianshavn.
This makes it a little easier to keep the necessary distance to others.
This is what Jakob Hjuler Tamsmark, unit manager in the municipality, says in the announcement.
– Copenhageners love to use the city, and both the ramparts and the lakes are popular places to go for walks.
– Therefore, we are reintroducing the unification in these places, as over the summer it turned out to be a useful measure, which made it easier to keep distance and thus reduce the risk of infection, says Jakob Hjuler Tamsmark.
Back in March, the municipality also introduced unification around Peblinge Lake, Sortedams Lake and Sankt Jørgens Lake in Copenhagen.
However, it was abolished in the autumn, and has now been reintroduced for Peblinge and Sortedams Sø.
Source: The Nordic Page