Prime minister Mette Frederiksen (S) will not put the date on, when the society will be back in a normal state.

she said This in the program 21 on Sunday on DR1 on Sunday evening.

“I dare not put a date on, but I do not think that we can come back in the foreseeable future,” says Mette Frederiksen.

the Prime minister says, “the world is changed,” and we come also to brand in the way we live our lives.

“We’re not going to clump together, and that’s not going to be a great many people very, very close and keep a good party together.”

“Our world has changed. Our everyday life is going to be changed,” says Mette Frederiksen.

According to the prime minister it will also mean that we are for a while yet continue to spritte hands and keep the distance.

And so she felt that we are in a period of time going to work staggered to each other.

“It is also my best bet, as things are today, that we are going to work staggered from each other.”

“I don’t look for me in the short term, that all children can get education and training on the one and the same time,” says Mette Frederiksen.

She stresses that it is an “insidious disease,” which may come back.