Bars and restaurants ready to open

The Corona virus COVID19

Yesterday a political agreement were made resulting on the following: Wednesday 21st April Students at universities outside the capital Copenhagen and similar level of education: can be offered up until 30% onsite teaching. can be tought at outdoor locations beyond the 30% Restaurants, cafes, bars etc can open to indoor…

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Grand opening of Denmark

Closed restaurants and cafes, Photo by Mika Baumeister

2 days ago 9 of 10 political parties in the Danish parliament agreed on the plan below.This update will include: The overall plan The decision of Aarhus University Corona passport; how, when and where? Borders and traveling The vaccine from AstraZeneca Corona tests in Herning Links to more information The…

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COVID19: Change in restrictions

Stop! Social distance during Coron COVID19 pandemic, Photo by Artem Kniaz

Last night the Parliament agreed on a number of reductions in restrictions in Denmark. Outside gathering is now allowed up to 10 people. Inside is still 5. In relations to sports, the number is 50 people (outside). Various schools are allowed to open more or less, but no announcements related…

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COVID19: AU announcement

Sad girl alone by the window in an empty apartment

COVID19 update: Inspiration needed… See below… Update from Aarhus University today (see AU mail).Basically the message is online classes and exams until summer independent of possible lifted restrictions. If restrictions are reduced SAA may be able to complete certain academic-social activities. If that will be the case, what activities would…

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International students refused entry

Flight landing in the sunset. Photo by Etienne Jong

International students at AU: “International AU-students entered Denmark illegally to get study residence permit.” It is written in Danish only, but I hope Facebook or Google can provide you with a reasonable translation… Read the article at omnibus.au.dk

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COVID19: Partial reopening of Denmark

Closed restaurants and cafes, Photo by Mika Baumeister

This status will focus on: Stores Aarhus University in Herning Traveling restrictions Stores Most stores with areas of up to 5000m2 (not in shopping centers) can open from Monday 1st March. A range of restrictions to the staff and customers will follow. AUHE It is announced, that graduation classes at…

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COVID19: isolation failure will be fined

Stop! Social distance during Coron COVID19 pandemic, Photo by Artem Kniaz

Starting last night it is no longer a request/recommendation, but a legal requirement for both testing and isolation after entry into Denmark from abroad. Failure to do so can be fined by 3500 dkk. Source: en.coronasmitte.dk– At entry by air you need a fresh test before boarding and another test…

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COVID19: Extension of restrictions

Girl looking at the world through blindsPhoto by Sharon McCutcheon

All restrictions are extended until end of February. “Opening up will begin no earlier than some time in March, perhaps later, and opening will be slow and prioritized, where young kids return to school will be first priority and night life will be among the last.” Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen…

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COVID19: Restrictions extended

Man looking sad and lonely sitting in the streets

All restrictions are extended until 7th February. Several experts already state, that it is highly unlikely, that at total release of restrictions can happen there, as it is expected, that the new British virus variant B-117 will reach a peak mid February in Denmark with risk on high impact on…

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COVID19: Border control – in the eyes of an international students

Are you a current or future international student in Denmark? Are your documents in order, and do you have an ACTIVE CURRENT address in Denmark? If not, the first students in that situation have already been refused at the borders and sent back at own expense. Don’t take the chance…

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COVID19: Very strict travel restrictions

Empty airport. Photo by Matt Seymour on Unsplash

Warning very strict travel restrictions! UPDATED 10.01.2021 10:00: 》After the final law text is published, the Corona website says that entry into Denmark by land (not flight!!) Is possible for residents and citizens of Denmark without a negative test.《 Starting tomorrow 9th January @17:00 all entry into Denmark – also…

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COVID19: Crisis risk category 5

Lockdown. Photo by Matt Seymour on Unsplash

Denmark is now in crisis risk category 5 – the highest level in Denmark. That means a widespread disease in the population and a heavy press on the health system. Many operations and treatment, that is not essential for survival are postponed. Important elements Gathering ban is changed from 10…

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Have your tonsils removed – what happens then?

Anathomy of the mouth

Thursday, October 4, 2012, I had appointment at Esbjerg Hospital i Denmark to have my tonsils removed. At the age of 33, it was with some concern I went into it, because the findings online were limited, in regards to the healing period after removed tonsils and the limited information…

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Introdution to the psykiatric system

Jesper outside the ward for the first time

I never saw it coming. When i opened my eyes I was confused. I had been in bed for about 12 hours, but without any descent sleep. At the same time the many tears produced over the last few days left a headache, my sences were like stunned from exhaustion,…

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