- All non-essential public sector employees will be sent home from Friday, 13 March. If possible, they should work from home. If this is not possible, they will given paid leave.
- Employees in the health sector, the elderly care sector and the police must, however, stay at their posts.
- All public schools and daycare services will be closed from Monday, March 16 for a fortnight. All those who are able are encouraged to keep children home from Thursday.
- All students in higher education are expected to return home as early as Thursday and no later than Friday, March 13, and remain home for two weeks.
- Companies are encouraged to ensure that as many people as possible work from home or take leave. Physical meetings should only be held if absolutely necessary.
- All indoor cultural institutions, libraries and leisure facilities will close from Friday 13 March and remain closed for two weeks. At the same time, the government encourages churches, mosques and other religious institutions and associations to stay closed.
- All gatherings involving more than 100 people indoors will soon be banned.
- Bars and discos are encouraged to stay closed.
- Denmark's 'treatment guarantee' for various healthcare procedures has been temporarily put on hold, so that hospitals can focus on treating coronavirus, which may mean planned operations are postponed.