Denmark reopens some schools

Denmark reopens some schools

The Danish government is permitting children up to the age of 11 to return to nurseries and schools across the country. Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen welcomed children as they went back to school in the capital Copenhagen. Denmark was among the first countries in Europe to impose a lockdown. Schools closed on 12 March. The country has seen 6,681 cases with 299 deaths.

Timothy
Timothy
Ironborn Pyke
Ironborn Pyke 1 months

Too early ?

Joyce
Joyce 1 months

THE US should do the same. 12th graders, 8th graders and K-4th

Mat McKenzie
Mat McKenzie 1 months

Picture is of Sydney Harbour, entirely different to what Denmark is facing. Australia still has strong restrictions in place even with low new cases. Children can attend school but have requested parents to keep children at home if possible. Denmark however still have high levels of infection and the numbers are yet to subside. This decision was enacted too soon.

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