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Denmark restaurants reopen to those with virus 'passport'

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Denmark restaurants reopen to those with virus 'passport'

Denmark restaurants reopen to those with virus 'passport'

With the reopening of cafés, bars, restaurants, museums and shopping centres, Copenhagen regains a semblance of normality.

The reopening is, however, subject to many conditions, including in some cases the presentation of a 'coronapas' to show proof of vaccination or a negative test.


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