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Denmark requires a corona test that does not exceed 72 hours to enter cinemas and theaters

With the announcement of Denmark to take new steps in its strategy to confront a virus to reopen society, considering the spread of the virus under control and using the certificate of "Corona Passage", the authorities decided to reopen cinemas, theaters and gymnasiums again in Denmark, on Thursday, for the first time in months to confront Corona infection.

And the authorities in Denmark stipulated that to enter cinemas, theaters and gymnasiums, visitors must provide evidence of a test that proves that they have not been infected with the Coronavirus for a period not exceeding 72 hours, or evidence that they have received vaccination or recovery from the virus, and these measures will be followed up through the Corona passport. Of visitors, according to the Straits Times.

Denmark also canceled the pre-reservation requirement for a table in restaurants and bars, which had already opened two weeks ago, and the number of people who could gather indoors was increased to 25, and in open spaces 75 people.

Under the plan negotiated in the Danish Parliament, outdoor events will be allowed to receive 2,000 people from May 21, college students will return to classes part-time, and the maximum number of private gatherings will be raised to 50 people indoors and 100 outdoors.

For European football leagues in June and July, when Copenhagen hosts four matches, the government will allow 16,000 fans to attend each match, and the exit plan may be subject to local changes, such as a targeted closure if the virus begins to spread more quickly again, and so far, it has been vaccinated. 11.5% of Danes completely received a first dose of 23.4%.