After Denmark's Statens Serum Institut (SSI) health institute reported no deaths from the Covid-19 Coronavirus for the second time in a week, the nation allowed museums, art galleries, and zoos to reopen. Theaters may also reopen, though each hall may have a maximum audience of up to 500 people, every other seat must be empty unless people have close contact every day, and social distancing must be present in foyers alongside waiting rooms. As of now, Denmark has reported 11,289 confirmed cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus, 561 Covid-19-related deaths, and just under 10,000 recoveries. According to the nation's health institute, there were 48 new cases of the virus in the past 24 hours.
Note: The statistics and numbers were retrieved from the Danish Ministry of Health (http://sum.dk/) alongside the Johns Hopkins University (https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/), and are accurate as of 11:37 local Vancouver time, May 23rd, 2020. All photos used in this article are from the public domain, and can be used for any purposes including for commercial use without need for attribution or other citation.