Alcohol is not banned, however translocations are limited in scope.
Vehicles with party-tuned young people will also be influencing the street scene this summer.
After a long period of doubt, it was announced today that this year’s students will have to embark on their traditional drive to celebrate their hats and end their education.
I have the unbelievably happy news to the students that yes, they can actually ride in a carriage, says Minister of Children and Education Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil (S).
She says that the decision was made with broad support across the Folketing.
The upcoming students may well start renting vehicles, but the ending is not quite as it used to be.
As a result of the decision, the students’ graduation ceremonies will be restricted to the places of education where they will be handed over their diplomas.
The translocations must be held in class and not as usual with all graduates gathered for a large event.
As a government and the parliament, we have had to look at the overall package, and we know from the young people that the most important thing has been carriage. So there we have chosen to say that the translocations are getting smaller, so there are fewer people meeting across classes.
So there are some limitations, but the happy news is that it will be possible to have a festive end to both his educational time, but also a spring that in every imaginable way has been a bit strange, explains Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil.
Not as recommended
The recommendation from health sounded that translocations could be held as normal while the student run had to be sacrificed.
The model has been “turned around” by politicians, as Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil puts it.
It is an indication that we have been advised, but have made a political decision. We ask the health authorities to look at the political decision we have made and say: How do you think we can do it properly.
What if the National Board of Health returns and says it’s a really stupid idea?
Then we have to interview again at that time, says Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil.
She emphasizes that there will be no community bathing in the fountain or large closing parties where multiple classes gather.
In addition, there are still a number of unanswered questions about the final ones guidelines for the student run to be answered over the next few days.
It is important for us to discuss with health authorities and the young people themselves how to screw it together so that it is realistic and can be done in the real world, says the minister.
Upcoming student: Super cool news
In Hinnerup a little outside Aarhus the news arouses enormous enthusiasm. 19-year-old Sarah Østergaard Hougaard, who attends Favrskov Gymnasium, had not set her hopes up too high, but can now look forward to the party, colors and carriage ride on June 25.