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New Guidelines: Nose Mask Becomes Mandatory At Danish Airports

New Guidelines: Nose Mask Becomes Mandatory At Danish Airports

The guidelines must be implemented by 15 June at the latest.

Danes must become accustomed to wearing mouthpieces when flying from the Danish airports. Whether traveling domestically or abroad. This is reflected in new guidelines from the authorities.

Thus, the Danish aviation industry follows the new recommendations of the European Aviation Authority, Easa.

Passengers are required to wear a bandage, from entering the airport while sitting in the airplane, until leaving the airport terminal at the destination.

Aviation is international, so internationally applicable guidelines are absolutely necessary. We are very pleased that there is now agreement on simple and pragmatic rules that can create a safe journey for passengers, says Michael Svane from Danish Aviation.

The new guidelines also mean that for a period only passengers and staff have access to the airport terminals.

The National Board of Health uncertain about the effect

Several countries have introduced mandatory mouthwash in the public space. But according to the National Board of Health, it is uncertain whether it has an effect on the spread of infection.

Easa proposes that travelers who do not have a blindfold are expelled from the airport or denied access to the aircraft. It is not yet clear how the Danish authorities will enforce the rules for attendants who do not wear face mask.

The airline SAS, which announced on Wednesday that part of the company’s flights will resume in June, has already introduced requirements for bandages.

The same has several other companies, while Norwegian has stated that it is awaiting Easa’s recommendations.

The guidelines must be implemented by 15 June at the latest.

Source: nyheder.tv2.dk

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