Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen open despite pandemic

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The amusement park in Denmark remains open for Christmas this year.

Amid reported rising concern about the omicron variant, Denmark’s Tivoli Gardens opened to the public two weeks ago.

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Tivoli Gardens at Christmastime. Photo: Ethan Hu / Unsplash

Lines of people stretched down the street to enter the fair and amusement park.

A valid COVID pass is required to enter.

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Bumper cars at Tivoli Gardens. Photo: vzoest0 / Pixabay

Source: #NorwayTodayTravel

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