C.F. Nielsen also affected by the Corona virus - updated 04.05.2021!
Starting May 6th:
The Danish Government are constantly implenting new guidelines, which all companies have to comply with:
- The number of people for indoor events will increase from 10 people to 25 and outdoor activities to 75.
- Grocery shopping and pharmacies are open,
- All primary schools for grade 0-9 are open full time
- All daycare facilities for small children are still open
- Restaurants, cafés, bars are open until 11pm (negative test, dated max 72hours, is required) Private parties do not have to end at 11pm.
- Private parties (at home) no longer have to end at 11pm
- Haidressers are now open (negative test, dated max 72hours, is required)
- Concert venues, theaters and cinemas will re-open (max 2000 spectators)
- Proffesional sports (open for spectators April 21st)
- Indoor sport activities and fitness centers will re-open, age limit 18 years (negative test, dated max 72hours, is required)
- All universities are allowed to attend school at 50 from May 21st%
Travel guidelines are being updated continuously and travel to affected areas are still prohibited. In general travelling should avoided or limited only to important situations.
The Danish boarder is still open for travellers, but the Government urges everybody to consider avoiding tourist travel. Business travel is still open.
All companies are asked to follow the guidelines to the largest possible extend, and the recommendation is that employees work from home, take vacation or similar.
With respect to C.F. Nielsen, as off March 1st 2021 these guidelines have been implemented (and are still valid):
- The company is still open for business, all employees are back in the office
- We are able to receive orders for machines, spare parts and will do out utmost to ship them as usual
- We are now able to offer service visits , but only to areas where the Danish Government and health authorities allow travel. Give us a call, and let's schedule your next service call.
We apologize for the inconvenience but we feel oblidged to follow the guidelines given by the Danish Government and the Danish Health Authority in order to control the Corona virus.