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Facemasks now mandatory on public transportation in Aarhus

On all buses and trains in Aarhus as of Friday 7 August for all passengers above the age of 12, facemasks are now mandatory.

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By Bente D. Knudsen

Amidst some confusion facemasks are now mandatory on all public transport in Aarhus according to Midtraffic.

You cannot buy facemasks on the bus or train and must provide for them yourself Midtraffic announces on their homepage.

If you have trouble breathing or other respiratory issues you can be exempt from wearing a facemask.

If you are not wearing one, you may be asked not to enter the bus/ let bane trainm or to get off if you are already on it, however you will not be fined for not wearing one.

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You can find information at their site here (Danish only at present):

The transport company also writes that it will be using GS4 personnel to help inform about the demand for a facemask as it is not the task of the driver.

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From Wednesday the 12 August it will be possible to buy facemasks at their customer centre.