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Acapulco Shore 7 full chapters HERE | The boys ‘Shore’ from the reality show MTV have caused controversy, once again, due to the constant conflicts that involve some members of the Mazatlán household. Added to this, the parties have not stopped and the last blowout was joined by a new person.

After ten weeks of broadcasts, Acapulco Shore has positioned itself as one of the most watched shows in all Mexico and in other countries of Latin America. And, without a doubt, the love affairs, excesses and follies of boys and girls have surprised hundreds of people, becoming a trend in social networks.

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When did Acapulco Shore 7 chapter 10 premiere?

A new chapter of Acapulco Shore will arrive in Mexico and different countries in the eastern region tuesday august 4 through the sign of MTV Latinoamérica.

Acapulco Shore 7 hours by country

Episode 10 of Acapulco Shore It can be seen in different parts of the world, according to the time zone. Find out here what time they premiered to know everything new about the MTV reality show:

Mexico: 22:00 h.

Peru: 22:00 h.

Spain: 05:00 h. (from July 22)

Chile: 23:00 h.

Argentina: 00:00 h. (from July 22)

Colombia: 22:00 h.

On what channels can I watch Acapulco Shore 7?

Remember that you can watch the transmission of chapter 10 of the seventh season of Acapulco Shore through the following channels of TV:

Dish Network: Canal 260

Sky: Canal 70

Megacable: Canal 606 (SD)

Axtel: Canal 685

If you do not have any of these, you can choose the platform Paramount+. In this you will find the new episode starting on Wednesday, August 5.

What Happened Chapter 9 of Acapulco Shore 7?

The Mazatlán house became a divided stage. After the tense fight between Denmark and ManeThe members formed groups and things were not going well at all. However, Celia Lora, the daughter of the leader of El Tri, arrived and helped everyone change their mood. She even called the band El Recodo and tempers calmed down with good music.

They reconnected with each other and even sang a suggestive song to Jey. At the end of this fun time, Jawi decided to talk to Fer to explain the reasons why they have been so rude to her.

Now they are against Dania. Thus, Mane went in search of an alliance with Rocío so that her enemy would remain completely alone in the house. However, she did not succeed. Rocío spoke with Dania and told her the intentions of Jawy’s girlfriend. But things only got more complicated.

Tempers rose much higher at the Shore residence, as Celia Lora decided to strip off her clothes and step into the pool. Nacha and Fer joined her.

What Happened in Acapulco Shore 7 Chapter 10?

The last episode brought fights, excesses and even healing therapies. Chapter 10 of Acapulco Shore 7 began with a confrontation between Xavier and Pepe.

But the highlight was the disappearance of Dania from the house after a new argument with Mane. Later, the ‘Shore’ were also surprised with the arrival of a new member named Ramiro, a friend of Karime, who arrived in a helicopter.

At night, boys and girls went out to party. where the highest point was Nacha’s topless. The next day, everyone in the house realized that Dania didn’t get to sleep. This mystery will surely be revealed in the next chapter,

Nacha, the new sensation of Acapulco Shore

Since joining Acapulco Shore, Nacha has caught the attention of the followers of the Mexican program. The new girl ‘shore’ is originally from Chile and is 26 years old.


Lisbon council already has more cases of covid-19 than Greece – coronavirus

The municipality of Lisbon recorded 76 more new confirmed cases of infection with the new coronavirus in the last 24 hours, according to the daily bulletin released this Sunday, June 28, by the Directorate-General for Health (DGS). The municipality of the capital now totals 3,423 cases since the beginning of the pandemic, more than the whole of Greece, which has registered 3,376 accumulated positive cases.

Lisbon, with 509,500 inhabitants (4.95% of the national population), exceeds the number of cases in the Mediterranean country, which has a population of 10.4 million, 20 times greater than that of the Portuguese capital.

In the municipality led by Fernando Medina, there is an incidence of 6.72 cases per thousand residents. In Greece, this figure is only 0.32 cases per thousand inhabitants.

Lisbon Metropolitan Area beats Denmark cases
The outbreak in the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon (AML), which has been accentuated since the lack of definition, on May 4, means that the group of these 18 municipalities has already lost 15,386 infected people. This figure would place the AML in 59th place in the list of countries with the most cases.

Despite having a population of 2.86 million people, the AML has more confirmed cases than countries like Denmark (12.675) or South Korea (12.715), which have populations of 5.8 million and 51.3 million , respectively.

Currently, AML has the four counties with the most cases in the country. In addition to Lisbon, Sintra has 2,564 infected, Loures has 1,791 cases and Amadora surpassed Vila Nova de Gaia this Sunday and has 1,645 positive cases.

Thus, Sintra – which has 391 thousand inhabitants – has only 127 fewer cases than Croatia, a country with a population of 4.1 million.

And the Porto Metropolitan Area has more cases than Norway
After being one of the areas most affected by the pandemic in the first two months, the Metropolitan Area of ​​Porto (AMP) has been experiencing a reduced number of new infections in recent weeks.

Even so, with 9,638 cases, the region, which has 1.7 million residents, exceeds the figures reported by Norway (8.846), a country that has three times the population (5.4 million inhabitants).

In fact, AMP presents a number of cases per thousand inhabitants of 5.58, still above the 5.37 registered in the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon. At the national level, the incidence is 4.04 cases per thousand people.


Niels Hansen Jacobsen, the sculptor of the metamorphoses, at the Musée Bourdelle

A troll monumental is invited to the Musée Bourdelle in Paris. Claws, this creature escaped from the nordic mythology is one of the most famous works in Denmark, the sculptor Niels Hansen Jacobsen. At Vejen, his native village, a copy of the Troll who smells the flesh of christians throne in front of the house-museum of this man, close to anarchistic ideas. Erected in the centre a fountain of hot water, the monster is covered with stalactites in the winter and takes, among the fumes of a vapor, an allure, more fantastic still.

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This charming museum is rich in works by Danish, symbolist or art nouveau, is to be enlarged, its director, Teresa Nielsen, had the idea to propose in Paris for the loan of works by Jacobsen. A real discovery for the French public who could not admire that the three masks of the artist in 2008, at the Musée d’orsay.

Rodin, Gauguin, Redon… as inspirations

The exhibition at the Bourdelle Museum is all the more interesting, as it reveals the productive relationship of the Danes with France. In 1892 and 1902, the sculptor, lived in Paris, in the Cité fleurie at 65, boulevard Arago. Many nordic artists had a workshop, as well as the ceramists Paul Jeanneney, and Jean Carries, illustrated by cartoonist switzerland Eugène Grasset… Their neighbourhood, as well as a visit to the great Rodin, the discovery of the ceramics of Gauguin, paintings and dream Gustave Moreau, black, charcoal drawings of Odilon Redon, and many works of symbolist or art nouveau have renewed deeply the inspiration of Jacobsen. This is confirmed by the multiple correspondence orchestrated around his creations by the director of the Bourdelle Museum, Amélie Simier and the art historian, Jérôme Godeau.

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Still a bit academic, Death and the Motherbased on a tale of his compatriot Andersen, left quickly the place to works of a symbolism very singular. See this great Shadow (1897) emaciated, crawling along the ground and all in arabesques, sinuous as a spectrum. Jacobsen not a big fan of anything as long as to freeze in the plaster figures, moving, fears, elusive, in the image of The Night haunting, at the same time, the sculptures of Antoine Bourdelle and Victor Prouvé. Fascinated by the metamorphosis, Danish, faithful to Andersen, invented a Little Mermaid hybrid cross between the coral reef, the carp and the woman

Vases and masks in response to japonisme

Soon, the alchemy of ceramics, which thrives in the flower City, draws. At the end of the XIXe century, japonisme has delivered the sandstone rustic fashion, with their enamel are subjected to the whims of the fire. Jacobsen draws vases devilishly experimental. One evokes a mountain landscape, other vents or vulvas roses and rods are veined in blue, still others in crucibles organic which flows here a pair of ears, a lizard, a face-threatening…

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Influenced by the noh theater, and by the grotesque figures of Carries, the Danish also creates masks in sandstone. For example, the face of his wife, the painter Anna Gabriele Rohde, who passed away in 1902, which seems to float in the void like an apparition, and bathed in tears, thanks to a masterful control of dribbling of the enamel. Other masks, ravinés like old bark, and the convening of the figures fabulous appearing of the world new year’s eve : The Fall horned, crumpled and a whole troop of Troll. Away from his country, Jacobsen keeps up with the scandinavian folklore.

Fight pacifist in Denmark

He returned, moreover, permanently in Denmark, after her widowhood. In 1903, the monument to The native Languagesketched – irony of history – a model in paris, is erected, not far from his native village, at Skibelund Krat. A sanctuary of ancient tombs, the vikings, located on the border with the Jutland in the South, has been occupied since 1864 by the Prussians. Dug into the hill, an amphitheatre of greenery is deploying bleachers turned to the territory amputated. For decades, until the reunification of Jutland in 1920, thousands of activists Danish, of which our artist, were there to demonstrate, discuss and sing patriotic songs, hoping that the wind would carry their voices to their brothers, in the distance. The monument to the Mother tongue of Jacobsen, reproduced on postcards sent from the other side of the border, became a symbol of the peaceful struggle. The artist carved the other monuments for this site, near which he even kept a long-time workshop.

In the cemetery of Vejen, rustling of tweets, his ultimate creations are hiding between the squares of boxwood and decorations are rustic with branches of fir trees. These are stelae surprising – one of which is for the grave of his parents, similar to the standing stones of the Vikings, but decorated with plant motifs and patterns art nouveau. As distant hints of his parisian stay…


Capable of completing Nord Stream 2, the vessel approached the installation site

In December 2019, the head of the Russian Ministry of Energy, Alexander Novak, stated that the Akademik Chersky pipe-laying machine owned by Gazprom was able to complete the construction of the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline. It will take some time to prepare the ship, he noted.


In Denmark, school life reinvented for deconfinement

Denmark dreams of a 2e phase of reopening of the schools, while the smallest took over the class from April 15. The Scandinavian kingdom, relatively spared from the coronavirus epidemic (7,912 cases and 384 deaths as of April 23) began its deconfinement with the resumption of educational support in nurseries, kindergartens and primary schools.

An educational and economic revival

The whole debate is about whether the 300,000 high school students should follow the same path, while small businesses (hairdressing salons, tattoo parlors, dentists) reopened Monday, April 20. The parties are in favor. Middle school and high school students will probably have to wait until May 11, at the same time as the restaurants and bars.

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Premier Mette Frederiksen makes it an economic priority: the sooner the children are in school, the faster the parents who look after them can resume their professional activity. It is also in the interest of the students. A study by the Danish Teachers’ Association found that 58% of teachers count at least one student who has completely dropped out of online lessons.

In France, towards a return to school spread over three weeks

This resumption of courses is also controversial in Denmark. Many parents who are nervous about sending their children to class have made the choice to continue keeping them at home. On Facebook, the group “My child is not a laboratory rabbit for the Covid-19”, created on April 6, brought together more than 40,000 members at the start of the school year. The government has done nothing to force them. “I understand very well all the emotions that this can raise, it is not for me to reprimand them. My role is to organize things so that the majority feel safe ”, said Premier Mette Frederiksen.

Strict instructions

In small classes, new teaching methods had to be found to adapt to the drastic constraints imposed by the Danish Ministry of Health.. Two meters must separate each table. Both students and teaching teams are asked to wash their hands every two hours. All classes and their equipment must be disinfected twice a day. Contacts between pupils are limited: no play for more than three to five people, and preferably outside. At the slightest symptom, the children are sent home.

The municipalities have competed in inventiveness to increase their supervisory capacities and partnerships have multiplied with the voluntary sector. For example in Slagelse, a town of 33,000 inhabitants 100 km south-west of Copenhagen, the town hall has moved closer to a sports-study center. The athletes in the making, awaiting their own recovery, become for a few days the “Ambassadors” of a class of ten cubs. “The goal is to use the game as an educational tool”, says the director of the Gerlev School of Sports.

Class at the hotel?

Other ideas are circulating, while the practical modalities of education for all raise questions due to the lack of space. Last week, hotel chains, real estate companies, conference centers and banks approached the government and the city of Copenhagen to offer them premises. “Let’s invest in museums, sports grounds, libraries”, also asks Louise, a teacher and mother of four, who is in favor of opening secondary school classes.

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The Danish government is giving itself three weeks to a month, before taking stock of the effect of the reopening of schools on the epidemic. A balance that will be closely scrutinized by European neighbors who follow the same path.


Virtual tours (24) The wild spaces of the Faroe Islands

Photo @alessiomesiano

Do you know the Faroe Islands? Probably not and it’s a shame! Indeed, it is an unknown archipelago of 18 islands forming a province of Denmark, A little lost in the North Atlantic, halfway between Iceland and Norway.

Sunset on the island of Streymoy (Photo DR)

The 50,000 inhabitants live there from fishing and, what is even less known, from sheep farming. There are, moreover, in these islands whose capital is called Tórshavn, more sheep than inhabitants. 80,000 sheep for 50,000 inhabitants is not trivial. But the most extraordinary are the landscapes, the reliefs, the still wild nature …

Impossible, of course, to go right now to discover the wild, rugged but green landscapes of the Faroe Islands. Also, the Tourist Office offers all those who are curious about new things to discover these distant (in reality, not so far) Faroe Islands comfortably installed on their sofa and let themselves be guided by a resident equipped with a video camera.

This device allows the virtual visitor not only to observe the landscapes with the impression of being in a real situation but also to control where – and how – to move thanks to a joystick which allows him to turn, walk, run and even jump. Exactly as in a real video game, the virtual tourist can control the movements of the inhabitants of the Faroe Islands, who not only explore the places on foot but possibly take a helicopter to make the visitor discover at a distance the green expanses of the islands, his 80,000 sheep , its endless cliffs and its wild and intact nature from a new angle.

(Photo Alexander Mazurov & Anastasia Glebova)

“When the travel ban started to spread, we wondered how we could provide a travel experience for those who had to cancel or postpone their trip to the Faroe Islands and those who were locked up at home. The result is this new platform that allows confined people to walk among our wild landscapes, to rediscover a sense of freedom and to explore the world beyond the walls, “explains Guðrið Højgaard, director of Visit Faroe Islands.

And to add: “Our remote islands are the ideal place to give energy to the confined people and we hope of course to welcome them when everyone can travel again. “

(Photo @alessiomesiano)

To take advantage of this remote virtual tourism, simply connect to the site of

To better understand how it works before you start, click here to watch the video (in English) of presentation.

Next virtual guided tour today, this afternoon exactly. Good discovery !

For more information, see also the websiteDenmark Tourist Office, that of Faroe Islands and finally that of Atlantic Airways which normally operates three weekly flights from Paris-CDG. Alas, packing up your bags to really discover the Faroe Islands will only be for later!

Paula Boyer

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Peter Beard, beauty and beasts

The helicopter, the hundred policemen and the drones patrolling in their search had returned empty-handed: last seen on March 31, Peter Beard had been missing for two weeks, after having left his house in Montauk, east of Long Island, in the State of New York (United States). But on Sunday, the body of the American photographer was found lifeless in a wood. He was 82 years old and had senile dementia. His photographs of African fauna – elephants, lions, crocodiles, zebras, cheetahs, snakes, giraffes -, his portraits of African girls – happy breasts in the air -, his fashion shots – mannequin posing next to a tied rhino – had helped build his reputation as a hunter of images, wild beasts and sculptural women. Often reworked in Indian ink and adorned with handwritten quotes, his prints conveyed a hackneyed, grandiloquent and neo-romantic myth of Africa. Largely heir to colonialism and white predation on Africa in the eyes of its detractors.

Shaper of his own legend

One of his famous photographs, a naked woman feeding a giraffe at night (Maureen Gallagher and a Late Night Feeder, 1987) is subtitled “Beyound Gauguin”. The media Peter Beard, photographer of the Pirelli calendar, published by Taschen in a collector’s edition, used to the picture rails of the Paris Photo fair, dreamed of being an heir to painting. Above all, he was a skilled craftsman of his own legend and kept a diary of his life. This fable was not to displease Andy Warhol, his neighbor, who described it thus: “One of the most fascinating men in the world … he’s like a modern Tarzan. He jumps in and out of the snake pit he keeps at home. It cuts and paints with blood. He wears sandals and no socks in the middle of winter “ (cited by the American SuburbX site). Lover of artificial paradises and nightclubs, mundane with his hand in his hand, Peter Beard, Tarzan of the steppes with an ultra bright smile, had for him to be a handsome and attractive kid. The anecdotes – sometimes not very bright – of its existence are so numerous that it is difficult to disentangle what is reality or fiction.

As a child, for example, at the age of 10, he killed small alligators in a swamp in South Carolina to cut into their skin and make collages. Born in 1938 in Manhattan, Peter Beard came from a wealthy industrial family with a great grandfather in the railroads, a tobacco tycoon and a broker father. As a kid, he took photos with a Voigtländer bellows camera donated by his grandmother and kept diaries that would make his mark. If his family did not welcome his photographic practice, considered a pure pastime, he ended up imposing his passion.

Hunting for images and the wild beast

It was in 1955, at 17, that Peter Beard made his first trip to Africa, accompanied by Quentin Keynes, great-grandson of Charles Darwin, reports the New York Times. On this trip, he even escapes a hippopotamus attack when he frequents big game hunters and goes hunting for images and the wild beast with them. The myth wants him to read during the boat crossing on the Queen Mary the book Out of Africa by Karen Blixen. The Danish baroness will therefore be a source of inspiration for the photographer who will later settle in Kenya not far from the ex-African farm and his coffee plantation. From the Danish author he met in Copenhagen in 1961, he said in a portrait dedicated to him Release : “The best, a pure genius sharpened by Africa.” “She hardly saw anyone anymore. She had suffered. She rightly said that her literary life was made in blood. “ During their meeting, Peter Beard draws the portrait for him and, later, he sticks the face of the Danish writer next to that of Ramses II and of an African tribal chief in a curious triptych after the shooting . AT Release, he also said: “It has always been said that a territory like Africa is impossible to destroy. But the destruction is happening, and at a speed you can’t imagine! ”

The End of the Game, book first published in 1965, is his best known work. In this book, he sounds the hunting hallali for white men. In fairly banal, frontal animal photos imbued with the melancholy of black and white, he describes the peril of the continent which sees its wild species wasting away. Its series of dried animal carcasses are also very impressive. If Peter Beard liked to carve out a reputation as an adventurer and defender of Africa, he was also a headhunter: it was he who discovered Iman, daughter of diplomats, future star model and wife of David Bowie, in a Kenyan university. As an experienced fashion photographer, he made her a catwalk goddess, while organizing shooting sessions with other models on the continent. A regular at Studio 54, Peter Beard is mostly a friend of the stars, a gold version of the seventies and eighties. The photographer has frequented Andy Warhol, Salvador Dalí, Jackie Kennedy, Aristote Onassis, Grace Jones and Francis Bacon, who painted several portraits of him. He also immortalized Catherine Deneuve and Carole Bouquet. With Truman Capote, in 1972, the photographer followed the Rolling Stones tour by traveling in their plane and saw the writer gradually abandoning his story.

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If his biography is studded with famous and flashy names, the “socialite” Peter Beard also braved some misfortunes. When he was young, he survived a motorcycle accident at 130 kilometers an hour. In 1987, his American home – he also lived in Kenya – went up in smoke, reducing all of his ashes to ashes. “Diaries” (diaries). In 1996, he was seriously injured by an elephant on the Tanzanian border. With its tusks, the animal grinds its thigh, crushes its ribs and smashes its pelvis. The photographer is said to have declared “For the fuck, it’s over” before being transported to Nairobi hospital. From this confrontation with the angry pachyderm, he will have lifelong consequences.

Clementine Mercier


How the school opens in Denmark

Mr. Sacht, you are part of the school board of the Danish-Danish St. Petri School in Copenhagen, one of the oldest private schools in Denmark. After the closure in the Corona crisis, schools in the kingdom have now reopened. How is the situation with you?

Matthias Wyssuwa

Matthias Wyssuwa

Political correspondent for Northern Germany and Scandinavia based in Hamburg.

We have intensively prepared the opening for three in the school management, since Wednesday we have opened again for the pupils in the zero to fifth grade, which corresponds to the first to sixth grade in Germany. With us there are about 400 students.

What did you have to consider?

There are guidelines from the authorities on hygiene and above all on the distance that we had to implement. Our caretaker was given helpers so that we could clean the toilets and all surfaces several times a day, from tables to door handles. We also got enough disinfection material, the in-house production in Denmark has already started properly. However, we did not need face masks, which are hardly an issue in Denmark. Not a single person with a mask walks around the school, and you rarely see that on the street either. And then the guidelines also stipulated that the children have to wash their hands several times, but also that there were two meters between them in the classroom.

How did you ensure that?

Our main building is very old, there is not much space. We therefore decided to teach in two shifts. We have divided each class, half are taught for four hours in the morning and then go home, or in the case of emergency in the care. The other half is four hours in the afternoon. We have three classes per year, which is now divided into six learning groups with permanent teachers who have developed new timetables. And because the parents are not allowed to enter school, we have marked how the children go to school and where they should then leave. There is also our staff there, and the parents are at a good distance on the sidewalk or the street. It is going well.

The children all came too?

We were surprised that the offer was well received, we are almost complete.

There is criticism from parents about the opening of the schools, a Danish Facebook group is very popular, which says that the children are not guinea pigs. Did you experience that too?

We expected a bit that there would be parents who don’t send their children to school because of such concerns. We also received a few emails in this direction. But that is obviously only a minority for us. The government has clearly said that it will not be approved. The duty to teach applies, so we told the parents. So far, more than 90 percent of the students have come.

But do you understand the concerns?

We generally share the concerns. If you want to make sure that nobody is infected, you obviously cannot open the schools. But the point is not that nobody gets sick, but that our health system is not overloaded. Most understood that. And, of course, it also depends on whether family members belong to risk groups and whether there are concerns. We understand that. But the legal situation is clear and the masses abide by it.

What about teachers who belong to one of the risk groups?

We have teachers who are not now attending the school opening and are being replaced by external substitute teachers. The system with substitute teachers is, however, much more well-established in Denmark than in Germany, since there are basically no classes and we always have substitute teachers in normal times. So we were able to plan the new shift system well. And the teachers who are at home prepare distance learning for students who are not yet at school. Another question is how we deal with teachers who drop out – they should stay at home with a light sniff. Then it would quickly become tight for us.

What was the reaction of the teachers to the reopening?

Most teachers were happy to have an everyday life again in some form and to get in contact with other teachers and students. And the students are totally happy anyway. It was nice to see on Wednesday how many a heart’s wish came true: Finally back to school.

But if you look at the distance rules of the authorities, they shouldn’t get too close to their friends. How do you do that?

The children are divided into groups of three, in which they can get closer.

It is working?

The Danish Minister of Education said the right sentence: children are children. So if the kids don’t follow the rules, it’s not up to the teacher to scold them or pull them apart. We work to ensure that the children understand how sensible the rules are. But if two children from different play groups get too close during the break, that’s not a disaster either. We didn’t divide the school playground, we didn’t have the space as an inner-city school. And our pedagogical work usually follows the opposite direction: we teach the children that you can trust that the other person is not dangerous, but quite the opposite. We don’t stop there now.


In Denmark, school gradually resumes

In the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, Danish management is often praised. The country adopted measures of social distancing very early, even before the official confinement and the closing of the borders on March 13. To date, according to John Hopkins University, Denmark has 6,876 reported cases and 321 deaths for 5.8 million people.

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Advancing with caution, the beginning of the lifting of restrictions, announced on April 6 by the Prime Minister, was nevertheless very well supervised. Closed since March 13, some Danish schools were able to reopen Wednesday April 15. For the time being, only crèches, nursery and primary schools as well as the first and final classes are concerned. Middle school and other high school students will have to wait until May 10. Bars, restaurants, hair salons, shopping centers and nightclubs also remain closed. Meetings of more than ten people still prohibited.

Reopening under conditions

Schools have had to adapt to a new teaching method to limit the risk of contagion. The Danish Ministry of Health has indeed given new strict rules which details the Danish newspaper The Local. Students and supervisors should wash their hands every two hours. A distance of two meters between the tables in the classrooms must be respected. Children should not play in groups of more than three to five people and preferably outdoors. Doorknobs, toys and switches, among others, should be disinfected twice a day. At the slightest symptom, children should stay home.

On Instagram, Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, visiting a school in Copenhagen, was delighted that ” the new precautions in the classes and recess courses are taken in a good mood “And highlighted the” creative solutions »Developed by the teaching staff to allow return to class.

On Wednesday, however, classes could only resume in half of Danish municipalities and in 35% of establishments in Copenhagen, according to the AFP. The others have asked for an additional period to put in place the sanitary measures but should reopen on April 20. As sanitary conditions limit the number of students per classroom, some schools are running out of space to accommodate all of the children. Parents who have the opportunity are therefore encouraged to keep their children at home.

Parents’ concerns

Several parents have also expressed concern about sending their children back to school. On Facebook, the group ” my child is not a laboratory rabbit for the Covid-19 Created on April 6, has over 40,000 members. Its founder, Sandra Andersen, denounces the government’s decision: “ Will our children we love really be the ones who will allow Denmark to reopen? I do not agree. ” On the group, the questions flow. A mother expresses her misunderstanding: ” How can we ask the youngest in the country to respect safety distances that they do not understand?

Mette Frederiksen, justified his decision by emphasizing the need to save the economy of the country: the reopening of certain establishments welcoming young children should allow parents to start working again, and therefore to revitalize the economy. According to the Danish government, it will take three to four weeks to observe the impact of a reopening on the epidemic. While its European neighbors are also in the midst of questioning the easing of restrictions, there is no doubt that the country will be followed closely in the days to come.


Denmark begin to lift confinement for Covid-19

The Prime Minister of Denmark,Mette Frederiksen, has reported this Tuesday that the country will begin to withdraw the restriction measures imposed by thecoronavirusgiven the good results obtained after confinement and a significant drop in cases.

As explained by the Danish president, the number of cases and patients hospitalized or admitted to intensive carehas decreased “significantly”, much more than what the authorities expected.

In this sense, Frederiksen considers it appropriate to extend the first phase of relaxation of the confinement, which was to include, at first, the reopening of kindergartens and schools as of this Wednesday.

“It is the evaluation of the health authorities and they say that we can extend the withdrawal of measures a little more. We can make phase 1 cover more.It must continue to be done in a responsible and cautious manner“the prime minister has indicated, according to information from the local newspaper ‘Jyllands Posten’.

Thus, he stressed that thecountry “acted very quickly“, which now allows us to launch the reopening” before other countries. “” We have done well, Denmark, “he congratulated. However, he has not clarified which business sectors will be included in phase 1 to carry out the respective openings of their shops.

Denmark, which has 5.6 million people,has registered 299 deaths and about 6,500 casesconfirmed coronavirus.