Gatherings of more than 10 people are no longer allowed, said the prime minister,Mette Frederiksen, at a press conference on Tuesday evening. Here, she presented several new initiatives and underlined once again the importance of keeping distance to each other.
One of the places where it is difficult to get people to keep a distance, in Copenhagen Airport.
Here are many people meeting in the arrivals hall, and as Extra the Blade arrives at the airport on Wednesday morning, seen several people present who do not keep the distance, as the prime minister and the authorities recommend.
Ekstra Bladet has spoken with the university of Copenhagen Airport, which is aware of the problem.
'we do what We can to encourage people who are waiting, to keep distance to each other. We do this through our speakers, all trafikinfoskærme and other info screens', the information Copenhagen Airport's communications officer Maria Noel for the Extra Magazine in an email.
Also by the trains in the airport where people can be have to wait, it can be documented that more passengers are standing within a meters distance to each other. The waiting area at the train in the airport is the DSB's responsibility, and here amazes you that people are close, since you do a lot to avoid just that.
- We have personnel out there that encourages people to keep a distance, and it is disclosed also in the speakers, where we have a corona-callouts. There is also the military and the police, to make sure that the people keep distance, says DSB's pressevagt to Ekstra Bladet.
While the Extra Leaf was present in the airport, called police Wednesday morning to the 37 pupils from the 9.- and 10 class from a school in Jutland were to be sitting close together in the arrivals hall at Copenhagen Airport, while they waited for the luggage, which was two hours late.
They had 14 days before the time interrupted a planned three-week stay in Tanzania.
Carsten Morsbøl, a teacher at the school, turned to the Extra Blade to reach his hand forward to greet with a handshake.
- We only managed to be in Tanzania for well over a week. The police have just been here and recommended that we should not sit so close, but I explained to the police that we have just been in Africa, where all slept together and lived close together, so it's no use, says Carsten Morsbøl.
- I'm completely indifferent, he says.
the Teenagers have not had the opportunity to inform themselves about the Danish authorities ' warnings, for as students in a kulturlinje at the school, where you ’believe in a world where we all belong together’, they have not had mobile phones with on the trip.
- It is fine, that they had not had phones with. It would create unnecessary concern and chaos, says a teacher.
Extra Magazine spoke with several students who were not informed about, for example, rules that one may not be many meeting.
One of the three medrejsendes teachers who are faced with several meters distance to the flock, assure you that she takes coronarisikoen very seriously.
- of course We can just as well follow the guidelines. I will certainly make clear to students that they must follow the rules, promise she.
- Also for the sake of their grandparents and people with poor health.