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Casinos in Denmark have been shuttered for six months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but regulators are allowing the sites to open on May 21st due to agreements that have been negotiated.
The country has been setting back different opening dates for the past month, with the original opening date slated for April 5th. The details on the opening rules haven't been made public, but the country's gaming regulator Spillemyndigheden has promised to publish the details once they're available.
Casinos around the world are slowly starting to reopen, as last week we revealed that MGM casinos in Las Vegas will be opening without restrictions on the casino floor. Furthermore, casinos in England, Scotland, and Wales reopened their betting destinations yesterday.