Over 50,000 new cases of Covid-19 were registered by Denmark’s health authorities on Thursday, the first time during the pandemic the daily figure has exceeded the round number. The number of ICU patients with the virus meanwhile continues to decrease.
If you live abroad or frequently cross borders, staying on top of everything in your personal and working life can be challenging. But in today’s world, there are a host of innovative technologies that can help you to simplify things.
It can sometimes feel like the only thing you’re likely to experience in Denmark in January is a vitamin D deficiency. These activities in Copenhagen don’t break the bank and get you active outdoors as well as inside.
Every day we are confronted with news and views on the many issues that concern us in 21st century Europe. But as a new year begins, could it be time to get a fresh perspective on some of those big topics, whether it's migration, climate change or political polarisation?
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Hot dogs with chocolate milk, tight dark suits, shops covered in Dannebrog flags for their 'birthdays'. These are some of the objects, foods, statements and behaviours our readers (and other foreigners) consider the most Danish in existence.
There's something heroic about the way Danes and Swedes insist on trying to communicate with one another using their own languages, but more often than not end up nodding, smiling, and only pretending to understand. Why not give up and just speak English?
A shortage of bus drivers in Denmark has led to the opposition Liberal party calling for a lower minimum age for drivers. The government says younger drivers could reduce passengers’ sense of security.
The scandal-hit politician Morten Messerschmidt has been chosen as the new leader of the far-Right Danish People's Party, despite an ongoing case over his alleged defrauding of EU funds.
In many capitals public celebrations were cancelled or curtailed, and in some even private celebrations were heavily restricted. But the European countries covered by The Local still managed to bring in 2022 in some style.
A series of solutions-focused articles in which The Local’s journalists took an in-depth look at responses to the coronavirus pandemic has been shortlisted for the European Digital Media Awards 2021.
Denmark's infectious diseases agency SSI is setting up a study which it hopes be able to determine whether the UK variant of Covid-19 is 70 percent more transmissible, with the first results expected within "one or two weeks".
Catch up on the latest Covid-19 news and current statistics in The Local's roundup as they happen throughout the week.