COPENHAGEN, Denmark — As of Monday, Denmark lowered the limit for public gatherings to 10 from a previous 50 and urged that the same number is respected for get-togethers in private homes.
There were a few exceptions, namely sporting events where there can be a maximum of 500 people inside a stadium and funerals where 50 people can gather.
Another new restriction is no alcohol can be sold after 10 p.m.
From Thursday on, it will be mandatory in Denmark to wear face masks in public places like supermarkets, libraries and theaters.
Earlier the government has ordered people to wear face masks on public transportation and when walking inside restaurants, bars or cafes.
Denmark has had 40,356 confirmed virus cases and 702 reported deaths.