Danish island set to return kids to schools, get haircuts amid relxation of Covid restrictions

Allinge, Denmark Current Affairs, Breaking News February 28 @ 6:34pm

On 1 March, Denmark will be relaxing some of its Covid restrictions.

The restrictions will be eased most on the island of Bornholm (where I live). Here, schools will again be open for all students, hairdressers will be allowed to re-open and people will be allowed to gather in groups of 10 (currently five).

Nationally, retailers will be allowed to re-open after having been closed since Christmas Eve, and the limit on the number of people allowwed to attend outdoor public gatherings is being raised to 25 from five.

Two other regions will be permitted to open primary and secondary schools to students in their final years.
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