20 May 2020

Lessons from Denmark on schools reopening

Foreign Affairs Correspondent

Denmark has been hailed as a role model for the successful reopening of schools – they were the first country in Europe to reopen primary schools.

Denmark has been hailed as a role model for the successful reopening of schools – they were the first country in Europe to reopen primary schools after containing the virus early on and pupils up to the age of 11 have been back for a month.

So are there key lessons to learn from what they’ve done?

Our foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Rugman is in the capital Copenhagen.