The Danish government has announced changes that will accelerate the country’s plan to lift coronavirus restrictions. Today, restaurants, bars, and cafes have opened for the first time in Copenhagen after a 5-month closure.
A maximum of nine people will be able to dine in an indoor restaurant, provided that only people with coronavirus vaccine passports can enter restaurants and bars. People who do not have a coronavirus passport will be able to enter cafes and restaurants provided they sit outside. Accordingly, businesses will be able to make their services until 22:00 and will be closed between 23:00 and 05:00.
Restaurants, bars, and cafes would remain closed until May 6, according to the Danish Government’s previous restriction plan.