Danish nightclubs reopen: “People feel the need to be social again”

Copenhagen barsPhoto: Terje Pedersen / NTB
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After a year and a half of corona restrictions, Danish nightclubs can once again open their doors. They expect a good atmosphere and busy dance floors in the coming days.

“We believe our guests missed us and that they look forward to coming back. We can also see this in the reservations we have received,” Lars Børsting in Rekom Group, which runs over 100 bars and nightclubs, including Heidi’s Bier Bar, stated.

“We see that nightlife is coming back and that people feel the need to be social again. It has become very clear how important it is to be able to go to the city and relax and be with friends,” Børsting added.

The Old Irish Pub chain is also pleased that the latest restrictions have been lifted.

“A good symbol”

“We could stay open this summer, but only until 2 o’clock. It has been a bit like driving a car with the handbrake on, but now we can put it in fourth and fifth gear,” director Peder Blak said.

“We are a party pub where adults can meet. The fact that the dance floors are open is a good symbol that we are free from the restrictions,” he added.

Admittedly, one restriction remains – those who want to party at night must be able to show a valid corona passport until September 10.

In many other places in Denmark – including hairdressers and restaurants – the requirement for a corona passport will be lifted on Wednesday.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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