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Denmark imposes lockdown in North Jutland due to mutated coronavirus

Source : 112 Ukraine

Public transport traffic will be halted, and local residents are banned from leaving the region starting from November 7
11:55, 6 November 2020

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Danish government introduced the lockdown in North Jutland because of the mutated coronavirus, detected in the mink population. Deutsche Welle reported that on November 6.

Starting from November 7, public transport traffic will be halted, and local residents are banned from leaving the region. Public food and drink venues will be closed; however, people will be able to order takeaways. On November 9, school students will switch to the remote education mode. Gyms and swimming pools will be closed as well.

All local residents are recommended to have the Covid-19 test.

Related: Covid-19 mutations in mink could lead to new pandemic in Denmark

Earlier, we reported that Covid-19 mutations detected in mink population in Denmark could lead to a new pandemic in this country.

According to virusologist Allan Randrup Thomsen, there are risks that Denmark could become "the next Wuhan".

“This variant (of the virus,- 112 International) can develop further, so that it becomes completely resistant, and then a vaccine does not matter. Therefore, we need to take [the mutation] out of the equation. So it’s serious”, the expert said.

Related: Denmark to kill 17 million mink amid coronavirus fears

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