Some Danish schools will begin reopening this week, after a four-week-long closure, while others will remain closed until April 20.
Social distancing measures will still be enforced past this date, however, meaning a 2-metre distance between desks must be respected.
The decision to reopen schools has been met with criticism among Danish parents, however, as many feel it’s a premature move.
Denmark has so far reported 6,691 cases of Covid-19, and 299 deaths.
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