From the 15. June is it mandatory to wear mundbind in the terminals in Copenhagen Airport and on board aircraft.
It writes the airport in a press release.
In the press release it says that you must wear mundbind 'from the moment you enter into a terminal, to board the plane, and until you go from the airport on arrival'.
the Requirement applies in the whole of Europe.
Health authorities recommend that you change the mundbind every three to four hours. It is passengers ' own responsibility to bring enough mundbind for the journey, but it will be possible to buy extra masks in the 7-Eleven before security, between terminals two and three as well as in the stalls at the entrances to the terminals.
Children under six years of age and passengers with a valid medical certificate at the relevant diseases are exempt from having to carry mundbind.
the Guidelines apply until 29. august 2020.
Several countries have already introduced mandatory mundbind in the public domain, but according to the Danish Health and medicines authority, it is uncertain whether it has an effect on the spread of infection.
15. June will be advice to travelers to Norway, Germany and Iceland eased when the foreign Ministry changes its travel advice for the countries from orange to yellow.
All non-necessary travel to the rest of the world not recommended provisionally until 31. august.
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