Denmark canceled mask mode in public transport
In Denmark, public transport passengers are no longer required from 14 August
will wear protective masks, the ministry said
transport of the kingdom.
“Most of the population has been vaccinated against coronavirus, so we are returning to a more normal daily life,” said the head of the Ministry of Transport Benny Engelbrecht.
The requirement to wear masks will remain in force for aircraft and airports as it is included in international regulations. In addition, from August 14, there will be no need to maintain social distance in shops and hairdressers.
Recall, according to statistics, 62.4% of Danes were fully vaccinated against the new coronavirus infection, and 73.7% were first vaccinated.
The other day, the government of the kingdom called for the abolition of all restrictions on covid from October 1. This decision was supported by the parliament. Experts believe that 85% of the population will be vaccinated by this time.
The authorities are expected to lift restrictions on nightlife in September. It will be allowed to sell alcohol at night, discos will open. When visiting restaurants, Danes will not need to present certificates and analyzes of vaccinations.
Earlier it became known that the Moscow authorities canceled the requirement to transfer at least 30% of employees to telecommuting.