President Trump halts U.S. funding to the WHO over handling of the coronavirus outbreak. Meanwhile, Denmark begins to reopen some schools.
Meanwhile, Denmark, one of the first European nations to go into lockdown is slowly reopening some schools. Some elementary and daycare schools are now reopening after a month-long lockdown. Mette Frederiksen, the Danish Prime Minister announced that school for kids up to age 12 would start reopening on April 15. Government officials stated that letting young children attend school will give the economy a boost by allowing parents to be more productive at home. Schools and other smaller businesses will be able to open up when they can meet strict guidelines about hygiene and social distancing as per the government.
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