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Denmark closes borders until April 13

Christian Fernsby |
Denmark’s borders closed at noon today, meaning that tourists and other foreigners who don’t have an important reason for visiting will not be allowed in.

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Topics: DENMARK    BORDER   

The Danish government announced the closure late yesterday and said it is to be in place until April 13.

Borders were to remain open for deliveries of medicine and food and other important goods, and not affect truck drivers, for instance, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said.

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