By all accounts, it becomes already from Monday is once again possible for the danes to jump from five-meter teeter-totter in the swimming pool and the slide with the dumbbells in the gym, writes Jyllands-Posten. The government puts up for all the indoor sports facilities will re-open the 8. June, as part of genåbningens phase 3.
It appears by a draft note prepared by the ministry of Culture, which Jyllands-Posten is in possession of. Here reads it, to want to "reopen all premises where activities sport and recreation activities, including amusement arcades, children's playground and aquatic park, swimming pools and training centres". All the indoor training facilities have been closed since march.
the Paper was sent out from the ministry of Culture for the political parties on Friday evening and must be negotiated finally in place this weekend.
According to the draft it becomes in high degree, up to idrætslivet themselves to develop the specific health guidelines for the reopening, so long as it is done on the basis of "the public health general guidelines." It has the Danish Health and medicines authority according to the memorandum assessed, and this means that there will continue to "apply guidelines relating to the distance and hygiene, etc.", writes Jyllands-Posten.
On the Palace is among several of the lots backing to the genåbningsforslaget.
SF's idrætsordfører, Charlotte Broman Mølbæk, hills basic up on the proposal to open the indoor sports facilities, but want to develop more specific sundhedsretningslinjer.
At the Liberal party idrætsordfører, Stén Knuth, is there satisfaction with the initiative of the ministry of Culture.
"I am very satisfied with the draft we have received, and we have a positive approach to it," he says to Jyllands-Posten.
The Conservative idrætsordfører, Orla Østerby, council also expresses enthusiasm for the government's desire to re-open the indoor sports.
"Sports clubs and societies bleed, so it is happy that it is reaching this point now. It is good for all ages, you can now get to touch him again," says Orla Østerby and finds that The Conservatives support the reopening, as they are "completely confident".