21 May 2020

Back to school: What we can learn from Denmark’s coronavirus response

Foreign Affairs Correspondent

In Denmark – children under 11 have been back at school for more than a month – while secondary pupils went back to their classrooms on Monday.

In Denmark – children under 11 have been back at school for more than a month – while secondary pupils went back to their classrooms on Monday.

Denmark has seen less than 600 deaths out of a population of six million – a far lower rate than many countries in Europe.

So can the UK learn any valuable lessons from what they’ve done?

Our foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Rugman reports from Copenhagen.