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Denmark draws up plan to reopen university campuses

Ministry wants half the student population attending classes within weeks, using Covid-19 testing

Denmark has taken steps to re-open university campuses as it emerges from the latest wave of the coronavirus pandemic, with 50 per cent attendance to be permitted from 21 May onwards.

The Danish research ministry has already increased campus attendance rates in North and East Zealand, areas with low Covid-19 infection rates, to 30 per cent. Teaching in outdoor spaces is also permitted, the ministry said on 4 May.

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