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Saksild Beach becomes new hotspot

From the Sunday at 08: 00 am is another beach area set up as a new so-called hotspot.

It is Saksild Beach East of Otter, which are investigated, after that Saturday has been for many people stimlet together.

It writes the east Jutland Police in a press release.

With a national heatwave the last weekend before the students start school again, is it otherwise obvious to take a trip to the beach.

however, There were many, who took to the Saksild Beach, where people according to the police have been too close. And when not kept distance, so you increase the risk of infection of the coronavirus.

When the beach becomes a hotspot will mean that the area will be clearly marked with signs, so that people become aware that they are in an area where the police have the ability to create exclusion order.

the Police will also keep an eye out for the selected locations.

An exclusion order may be relevant if there are still too many overall, so it presents a particular risk of infection.

Alone in the east jutland police district, there are four hotspots that have been created, because people huddle in the good weather.

There is talk about The Permanent, Bellevue, 'The Spanish steps' at Immervad and now Saksild Beach.

in Particular, Aarhus is currently hard hit by the coronavirus. Since Friday is 169 persons in Denmark have been infected with the virus, of which 79 of the infected is found in Aarhus.

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