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Draw for fly paper on Østerstrand: The police can resort to a restraining order


We must hope that someone soon goes home and eats dinner. Because there are probably many on the beach. So far, however, we assess that there is sufficient distance between people.

This is what duty officer Jesper Brian Jensen at the South East Jutland Police tells Fredericia Dagblad after a patrol has been around Fredericia’s popular city beach, Østerstrand, on Friday afternoon.

The police are constantly considering whether there is a need to intervene. And if it becomes necessary, it will probably happen with a residence ban – that is, a closure of the entire beach and a ban on staying there.

The alternative is to send selected beach guests home. But the police chief of the South East Jutland Police is not keen on that possibility, as it is not possible for the patrol to fairly assess and choose who should be sent home in that case.

On Friday afternoon, there has been a flurry of fly paper, as the entire parking lot on the beach and on Øster Voldgade was filled up early, while many licked the sun and dipped their bodies in the cooling Little Belt.

A few hours earlier, Mayor Jacob Bjerregaard (S) had called for everyone to keep the corona parades high, now that the number of infections is rising again. A municipal and voluntary corps will help throughout the weekend with guidance in spraying, beach cleaning and more.

Source: frdb.dk

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