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Mette Frederiksen Aims For Gradual Opening After Easter: It Is Absolutely Probable

Mette Frederiksen

After Easter, a gradual and prolonged reopening of Denmark may begin, the prime minister expects.

Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (S) now says on 21 Sunday on DR1 that the government is aiming for a quiet and reopening of Denmark after Easter.

But there is so far from a definite opening party with free-flowing draft beer, group hugs and folk dancers in the streets.

The Danes must continue – and for a long time still – to distance themselves from one another and take off, says Mette Frederiksen.

It is most likely that we are looking into a gradual, controlled, quiet and quiet reopening of Denmark.

But according to the prime minister, a quiet and peaceful reopening of Denmark still depends on the Danes staying away.

And it is still too early to say when society will run, as it did before the corona crisis hit Denmark.

I’m not going to set a date yet. But we are also not going to be able to get together in trains, buses and subways that we have become accustomed to. Or stand a lot of people very close and have a good party together, says Mette Frederiksen in 21 Sunday.

‘We will not return to Denmark as it was’

Mette Frederiksen said at a press conference on Monday – March 30 – that one will try to reopen Denmark gradually if the figures for hospitalized and ill supported it.

And in recent days there has been a decrease in the number of covid-19 inmates in Denmark. The latest figures show that 504 are hospitalized, 144 are intensive and 107 are respirators.

And before there is a vaccine against the disease or there is a good treatment, the Danes will not necessarily be able to recognize their everyday life, as it was before the coronavirus spread in Denmark.

My best judgment is – with what I know and with what we have tried so far – then we are going to change large parts of our ordinary lives. We will not return to Denmark as it was before March 6, says Mette Frederiksen in 21 Sunday.

Denmark was shut down in popular terms, the day after Mette Frederiksen at a press conference just announced a closure on March 11.

Here, schools were shut down and thousands of staff were sent home from work. And when the Danes begin to return to work at some point, it will certainly also come in new forms, states Mette Frederiksen.

We will have to work more staggered than we have been used to, meeting at different times. I do not think of anything reminiscent of a short course that all children can attend school or all young people can start education at the same time.

The card house can overturn quickly

But even though the tone of the Prime Minister spoke both forward and in the opening, it was always with the basic premise that the Danes continue to keep their distance. Otherwise, the fine numbers we see in Denmark can quickly turn around, and then the situation in Denmark can become far more serious.

The house of cards may fall. And it may fall faster than we imagine, says Mette Frederiksen.

And then the government will be in close dialogue with the health authorities on how to reopen Denmark.

In fact, it almost sounds like Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen that Søren Brostrøm, director of the National Board of Health, together with his colleagues, has a very powerful power to turn his thumbs up or down to the institutions that can reopen here.

What I can say for now is that we only do something that is health-related. That is, it is on the clear recommendation of the health authorities what kind of activity we want to support. So the health care profession needs to be in place.

There is still room for Arne and climate

But in the wake of the Coronad discussion and the question of when Denmark can start to open again, there was also room for the kind of policy that was both met and went into hardship before 6 March.

Here Mette Frederiksen said very clearly that there is still going to be a climate crisis that needs to be resolved when the corona crisis has settled down a bit.

What was important before the corona hit us is still important. The fact that we have a strong welfare society, that we focus more on education, that the climate fight is important, that there is an earlier withdrawal to those who are run down. After all, what was important last year is also important today, said Mette Frederiksen.

But she also made it very clear that you can’t just go back to the Ministry of Finance’s archive and pull out the old negotiating papers and financial calculations and carry on as if the corona crisis had never hit us. But there will be room for both Arne and climate match.

It requires more creativity. It requires a different kind of responsiveness and a different kind of collaboration. But we know, the prime minister said.

But first and foremost, the Danes and politicians in Christiansborg must work together – one must understand at Mette Frederiksen – on the other side of the current crisis.

The world has changed. The world does not become the same as before the corona.

Source: www.dr.dk

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