Denmark had 514 people diagnosed with the deadly bug as of Wednesday, rising ten-fold since Monday in what Health Minister Magnus Heunicke described as the ‘most dramatic increase seen in Europe’ when two patients are in critical condition.
Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said all students at schools and universities will be sent home from Friday, while all daycare facilities will be shut down from Monday.
Gatherings of more than 100 people are banned, meaning most bars and nightclubs will be closed.
Denmark has gone into a complete 14-day lockdown to attempt to end the spread of coronavirus after a ten times spike in cases.
The Scandinavian nation will close all schools and colleges and tell all representatives with non-basic occupations to telecommute.
Based on the World Health Organization, more than 121,000 individuals have been contaminated in 118 nations.
In Italy, PM Guiseppe Conte added much increasingly intense limitations to battle the savage bug after Italy posted the most noteworthy day by day increment in passings of any nation since the flare-up started.
Mr. Conte said all shops would be covered except markets, nourishment stores, and physicists, and organizations should close the entirety of their specializations that are not basic to creation.
Beauticians and magnificence parlors will close alongside bars and eateries that can’t ensure they can keep a separation of in any event one meter between clients.
In the UK, clergymen are today expected to approve moving the nation into the ‘delay’ period of battling coronavirus.
Moving to postpone would mean social separating measures could be acquired, for example, confining open get-togethers, and progressively far-reaching guidance to remain at home.
Source: The Sun UK