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Fri, Jan 21, 2022

Denmark News
  • Denmark to ease restrictions despite surge Denmark to ease restrictions despite surge

    The Epidemic Committee has decided that several anti-virus restrictions on cultural life currently in force will be lifted from January 16.

  • Israel bans travel to UK, Denmark over Omicron fears Israel bans travel to UK, Denmark over Omicron fears

    Israel has decided to ban travel to the UK and Denmark to prevent the spread of the new Omicron Covid-19 variant.

  • Denmark’s lessons on trust and the pandemic Denmark’s lessons on trust and the pandemic

    Since mid-September, Denmark has tried living as if the pandemic was over. Schools and workplaces are open. Until Friday, you could go to a bar, a nightclub, a restaurant, a movie theater, the gym,...

  • Denmark again classifies Covid as 'socially critical disease' Denmark again classifies Covid as 'socially critical disease'

    Denmark has again classified Covid-19 as socially critical disease as the country is currently under a worrying third wave of the pandemic, according to the Health Ministry.

  • Denmark Open: Sindhu loses in quarters, Sameer retires Denmark Open: Sindhu loses in quarters, Sameer retires

    PV Sindhu bowed out of the Denmark Open after losing in straight games to World No.8 Korean An Seyoung in the women’s singles quarter-finals here on Friday

  • Sindhu in quarters, but Srikanth loses Sindhu in quarters, but Srikanth loses

    PV Sindhu booked a spot in the women’s singles quarter-finals of the Denmark Open on Thursday, beating Thailand’s Busanan Ongbamrungphan in three well-fought games at the Odense Sports Park here.

  • Lakshya Sen wins, Saina Nehwal sinks at Denmark Open Lakshya Sen wins, Saina Nehwal sinks at Denmark Open

    Young Lakshya Sen thumped compatriot Sourabh Verma in straight games to enter the second round but it was curtains for Saina Nehwal at the Denmark Open Super 1000 tournament here on Wednesday.

  • India loses to Denmark in quarters India loses to Denmark in quarters

    The India men’s team suffered a 1-3 defeat to formidable Denmark in the quarter-finals to bow out of the Thomas Cup here on Friday.