Danish difference: why Denmark is doing Covid better than us

It is Wednesday in Copenhagen — and it is like being in a pre-pandemic time-warp. There isn’t a mask to be seen: not in the sleek glasshouse of the Torvehallerne food market; not in Illum, the luxury department store; not on the busy metro; and not in the German-style Christmas market on Nytorv square, just off the lengthy pedestrianised shopping street, Strøget.

ou have to look hard to find any reference to Covid-19. With the exception of the odd yellow sign on the street marking the location of free antigen testing, there’s no indication of a global pandemic. You won’t find stickers on the floors of shops and restaurants urging social distancing or the sort of cautionary posters we have become so used to seeing in Ireland.

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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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