the Recommendation on the use of mundbind, if that can't be kept a distance in public transport must not be seen as a replacement for other measures to reduce congestion in buses, trains and metro.
It says the Health director, Søren Brostrøm, to the trade newspaper Ingeniøren. In a written comment to the Engineer reads it, that the recommendation should be seen as a 'supplement'.
the Message from Søren Brostrøm come after the DSB has removed the requirement pladsbillet, when you are travelling. Thus, it is now allowed to stand up during the trip.
At the DSB says the information manager Tony Bispeskov to Ritzau, that you hope and expect that the passengers take the recommendation on the use of mundbind to themselves.
it is not Happening, it is 'an option' to reinstate the requirement pladsbillet. But it is not just up above.
- When we are in a situation where we strongly recommend mundbind, customers must have the opportunity to take a recommendation to itself. And so we must also see how traffic on the whole, he says.
Tony Bispeskov adds that they will use 'resources' to keep an eye on how customers respond to the recommendation mundbind.
Søren Brostrøm writing to the Engineer, he expects that carriers do what they can to avoid crowded trains, buses and metrovogne.
- But if it can be prevented, especially in a situation with increasing smittetryk, so must we do what is possible for example to avoid that one should stand up in the long-distance trains. It is not the intention with the recommendation on the use of mundbind, that we must come closer together, on the contrary, he writes.
the Requirement of a pladsbillet was introduced under the coronakrisen. This was to prevent people from sitting too close.
the DSB has, according to the Engineer even referred to the national board of Health's recommendation mundbind of congestion in trains as a reason, that you now can take more passengers with.
Transport minister Benny Engelbrecht (S) has on Wednesday written on the social media Twitter, he's following the situation very closely'.
- And if the recommendations of mundbind not being followed to a greater degree than we have seen until now, I can not exclude, that there will be a need for other restrictions again, he writes.