The Danes have been able to go to cafes and restaurants since Monday. The businesses closed about two months ago by the corona crisis were allowed to reopen at the beginning of the week, but must ensure sufficient distance between the guests.
The same applies to churches, mosques and synagogues, which were also allowed to open again.
Pupils from sixth to tenth grade resume their classes in Denmark on Monday. Gyms, night clubs and concert halls remain closed until early August.
Denmark has made great strides in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus and is currently in the second phase of the relaxation of the corona measures.
In phase one, the nurseries, kindergartens and schools up to and including the fifth grade were open in mid-April, in phase two, the entire retail trade was already open a week ago.
A decision on opening the Danish borders with Germany, Norway and Sweden has yet to be taken.
However, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen had said last week that she may soon be letting tourists into the country who have rented a holiday home or made a hotel reservation.
On June 1 she will provide new information about the border situation.