A political majority at Christiansborg has on Friday night agreed on an agreement that brings forward the reopening of Denmark more than expected.
The agreement means, among other things, that indoor serving is allowed in restaurants with certain conditions, while the assembly ceiling is also raised.
Read here what is expected to open from April 21:
* Cafés and restaurants are allowed to open for indoor dining. However, with requirements for table booking and presentation of corona passes. At the same time, the requirement for corona passes when served outdoors is removed.
* Spectators are allowed to return to the stadium in the Superligaen, Kvindeligaen, in the 1st and 2nd division as well as at A-national matches for men and women with clearly separated sections with a maximum of 500 spectators in each and with requirements for coronapas.
* Day colleges, including senior colleges, can open with test requirements corresponding to the test model in the field of education.
* The assembly ceiling is raised so that from 21 April it is possible to gather ten people indoors and 50 people outdoors. From 6 May, the ceiling will be raised to 25 indoors and 75 outdoors, from 21 May to 50 indoors and 100 outdoors and from 11 June to 100 indoors, while the ceiling for outdoor gatherings will be abolished.
Sources: Ministry of Justice.
Source: The Nordic Page