Denmark reports 2,150 new COVID-19 cases

Denmark reported 2,150 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, bringing the nationwide tally to 94,799, according to the Danish Statens Serum Institute (SSI).

The country also reported seven new deaths from the virus, taking its total COVID-19 death toll to 901, said the SSI, a governmental public health and research institution under the Danish Ministry of Health.

The Danish government decided to tighten COVID-19 restrictions in 38 of the country’s 98 municipalities, including the capital Copenhagen, Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen told a press conference on Monday.

The new restrictions, which start on Wednesday, will last until Jan. 3, 2021.