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The government will open for weddings from Monday

on Monday, there may perhaps again come time in familiefesterne after several months of corona to shut down. Prime minister Mette Frederiksen suggests in a le

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The government will open for weddings from Monday

on Monday, there may perhaps again come time in familiefesterne after several months of corona to shut down.

Prime minister Mette Frederiksen suggests in a letter to the political parties and their leaders, to forsamlingsforbuddet from Monday raised to 50 persons. But there will be a number of exceptions, where even more people can be gathered.

It applies to all events where the participants 'essentially' sit down. And where the organizer is subject to sektorpartnerskabsretningslinjer. It is apparent from the government's plan for forsamlingsforbuddet.

It will say, that from Monday can be opened for weddings, football matches with seated spectators and summer activities, where the children are sitting down. Here a limitation, however, continue to be 500 persons.

Of the government's plan, it is apparent that the exception applies to both indoor and outdoor events. For example:

A wedding held in a restaurant or similar, which stands for the food and the premises.

A football game at the stadium with the seating.

- A general meeting held in a conference centre.

- Summer activities for children and young people.

For all of the activities, however, applies a maximum limit of 500 participants. This maximum limit does the government up to the need to continue also in the next stages of the reopening.

It will say that the government wants to maintain the limit of 500 participants, both at the genåbningens the next stage 8. July and 8. august.

Thus, for example, there is not view to large superligakampe or concerts with thousands of seated spectators before, at the earliest, in the autumn.

Mette Frederiksen provides in its letter, the political parties and their leaders forward to Saturday at 20.00 to comment or confirm whether they can accede to the government's draft agreement.

The final announcement is pending, therefore, a political agreement. Then the new rules come into force from Monday the 8. June.

Prime minister Mette Frederiksen is even among the danes, who have planned a summer wedding. Because of the general election chose Mette Frederiksen to postpone the wedding until this year, where it again was in danger of being postponed due to corona.

At a news conference 21. april said Mette Frederiksen, with reference to own and others ' weddings:

- Now we are controlled to open our society up in contrast to many other countries. And with it, there is a risk that things will develop in a way that makes that some restrictions must nevertheless continue, or that we will have to go a little bit backwards.

I hope not, and it is not what we are working for. Therefore, the answer is that we're not going to be able to provide accurate bids on what exactly is happening over here in the summer.

- I am sorry, and I'm also one of those who will be affected by it, said Mette Frederiksen.

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