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Visitors return to Copenhagen zoo as cultural sites reopen


Visitors return to see the animals at Copenhagen's 160-year-old zoo after the Danish government relaxed coronavirus restrictions. The Nordic nation which has recorded 11,000 infections and 562 deaths from coronavirus. On 21 May the government decided to bring the end of the lockdown forward as virologists said the spread of the virus was slowing. IMAGES

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