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  1. The Danish government just announced that the coronavirus lockdown measures in Denmark seem to be working. Provided that the number of new hospitalisations remains stable for the next two weeks, the Danish government will begin a gradual and controlled opening of the Danish society after Easter.
  2. The Danish Prime Minister just announced that all coronavirus emergency measures in Denmark will be extended up to and including 13 April. Leading virologists expect that daycare facilities, schools and universities will have to remain closed until August.
  3. Glastonbury Festival 2020, which was scheduled to take place from 24-28 June, has officially been cancelled
  4. The Danish Prime Minister just announced some additional emergency coronavirus measures, effective from tomorrow at 10:00 CET, for the time being up to and including 30 March: All public gatherings of more than 10 people will be banned. All indoor sports facilities, hairdressing and tattoo salons, solariums, dine-in restaurants and cafés, bars will be closed. All shops located in indoor malls will be closed, except food shops and pharmacies.
  5. The Queen of Denmark is going to address the public in a televised speech tonight Apart from the annual New Year Speech, no Danish monarch has addressed the public directly since World War II ...
  6. According to the The Moscow Times, there are 114 confirmed cases in Russia, including 53 in Moscow and 10 in St. Petersburg. No deaths have been reported so far.
  7. Danish health authorities have just ordered dental clinics in Denmark to suspend non-critical dental procedures for the next three months.
  8. Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) - the flag carrier of Denmark, Norway and Sweden - announced that the company will suspend most of its international flights as of tomorrow. 90 % of its staff will be sent home on paid leave. In the next few days, a limited number of international air routes will be upheld to enable travellers to return home from their destinations.
  9. It looks increasingly likely that it won't take place in Rotterdam as originally planned. Word has it that the EBU's plan B is to have all participants perform live via satellite from their respective home countries.
  10. Starting tomorrow at noon, Denmark will effectively close its borders, for the time being up to and including 13 April. Non-Danish citizens who can't prove that they have a "legitimate" reason for entering the country, will not be allowed to enter the country.
  11. Danish citizens are now advised against all non-essential journeys abroad, for the time being up to and including 12 April. Danes currently travelling outside Denmark are urged to return home as soon as soon as possible, as they risk stranding abroad.
  12. The Danish government has announced an almost complete lockdown of the public sector for the next two weeks: All non-essential employees in the public sector should work from home for the next two weeks. If their jobs don't allow them to work from home, they will given paid leave. All public daycare facilities, schools, universities, cultural institutions, libraries and indoor leisure facilities will be closed for two weeks. Companies are encouraged to ensure that as many people as possible work from home or take leave. All religious institutions and associations have been encouraged to stay closed. Restaurants, cafés and bars etc. have been encouraged to stay closed. All planned procedures in the public health care sector have been put on hold. All indoor gatherings involving more than 100 people will be banned.
  13. Over 1,000 Danish children and youngsters have been charged by the police with sharing a sex video involving a 15-year-old girl and several boys. The many defendants face charges of distributing child pornography as part of a co-ordinated police effort that dates back to 2015 and goes by the name of ‘Operation Umbrella’. “It’s a very big and complex case that has taken a long time to investigate, not least because of the large number of people charged,” said Lau Thygesen, a police inspector with North Zealand Police who is the lead investigator on the case. “We’ve taken the case very seriously as it has had serious consequences for those involved because of how the material has been spread. And it must be stopped.” The majority of those charged have shared the video a couple of times, but there are some who have shared it hundreds of times. Serious ramifications The police action is the largest in Danish history involving the sharing of offensive images of children. Those found guilty face conditional sentences of around 20 days in prison, while the conviction will go on their criminal record for at least two years. They will also spend at least ten years on the child offence registry – which would bar them from working in jobs relating to children, such as teaching, sports coaching etc. The case began in 2015 when Facebook received reports that two video sequences and an image containing sexual material involving individuals under the age of 18 were being shared among young people on the chat-platform Messenger. The material continued to be shared until late 2017 before Facebook informed the US authorities, which passed the info on to Europol, which in turn alerted the Danish police. The North Zealand police district had the highest number of people charged with 286, followed by Copenhagen (183), Copenhagen’s Western Suburbs (151) and East Jutland (77). There was even one person charged in Greenland. http://cphpost.dk/news/over-a-thousand-danish-youths-charged-for-sharing-sex-video.html
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