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Hotspots and bans on loitering

The Danish police can introduce a temporary ban on loitering if too many people are gathered in the same place. See which areas to avoid.

The police have intensified its surveillance of parks and other recreational areas in which large groups of people have gathered recently in order to reduce the risk of spread of the coronavirus. The police will increase its presence at hotspots and will issue bans on loitering if necessary if too many people gather at the same place.

 

The following list of current hotspots is dynamic and may change. New locations can be added, and locations may be removed as agreed with municipal or other authorities, and the police can introduce a temporary ban on loitering if too many people continue to gather.
 

Schedule of fines (in Danish)

Act amending the Act on Measures Against Infectious and other Transmissible Diseases (in Danish)

Hotspots and places with temporary bans on loitering

Current hotspots 

  • Vestergade (see map)
  • Part of Gothersgade  (see map)
  • Certain section of The Meatpacking District (see map)
  • Certain sections of the Nørrebro Skate Park (see map

 

Current hotspots

  • Botanic Gardens, Aarhus
  • Åboulevarden, Aarhus (see map)
  • Store- and Lilletorv, Aarhus (see map)
  • Pustervig, Aarhus (see map)
  • Skolegade, Aarhus (see map)
  • Storegade, Randers (see map)
     

Current bans on loitering

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Current hotspots

  • Odense, the Munke Mose park
  • Odense, the Fairytale Park (Eventyrhaven)
  • Odense, the Forest Lake/the Meadow (Skovsøen/Engen)
  • Odense, Gråbrødre Plads
     

Current bans on loitering

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Current hotspots

 

  • Aalborg, the waterfront of Aalborg (from the crossing of Strandvejen/Toldbodgade and all the way to Honnørkajen)
  • Aalborg, Jomfru Ane Gade (street)

 

Current bans on loitering

 

  • Aalborg, Jomfru Ane Gade (street) and Jomfru Anes Gård within a limited time span (see map and time span)