It is 'quite unlikely' that the nightlife will be transformed into restaurants or bars in order to be able to stay open in genåbningens stage 4.
so says Lars Børsting, who is the political boss in nattelivskoncernen Rekom, in a written comment.
- It is quite unlikely that we can transform natforretninger to aftenforretninger, as provided for in the agreement, the politicians were included in the Friday.
- Our venues (nightclubs or discos, ed.) is designed and sized to work on the city's premises with the standing and dancing guests. So all of our natforretninger will continue to be closed, he says.
Rekom operates more than 90 discos and nightclubs, including the late Heidi's Bier Bar, Café Oehlenschläger and A Bar.
political parties were on Friday night agreed to extend the closure of the night-and with the 31. October.
But the night life got a little leg up.
- We will give the opportunity that the nightlife will be transformed to the bars in the field of health guidelines, so there may be activity there, said justice minister Nick Hækkerup (S) Friday evening.
Nightclubs, that can not be transformed by the guidelines, thus not allowed to open.
Lars Børsting from Rekom. stresses that there is a great need for hjælpepakkerne to the nightlife extended, when it is not possible for them to open.
- It is absolutely necessary that the politicians now delivers on the promise to negotiate better packages in place for the professions to continue to keep closed.
from a business like ours, which is now on the sixth month has large, fixed costs and returning employees on full pay, he says.
Also the venues had hoped that they would be allowed to open the doors in genåbningens stage 4. But how to get it not.
however, It may be possible with a further re-opening of the venues, if they comply with the distance requirements, and if the audience is mainly sitting down.
But it may not pay for the venues, said Saturday from Esben the March, which is the head of secretariat of the Danish Live, special interest group for venues and festivals.
Many venues will therefore - like the nightlife - continue to be closed in phase 4. Danish Live also calls on politicians to provide more financial help in the coming months.