Denmark is currently in lockdown to avoid the spread of COVID-19. Schools, kindergartens, nightclubs and all non-essential businesses are currently closed. However, the government began to ease lockdown measures after Easter in relation to schools, some workers and public transport.
Danish shopping malls, schools and restaurants will be allowed to reopen in the coming weeks. From 8 June, museums and cinemas will also reopen. The later phase of easing restrictions will begin in August, with night clubs and gyms reopening around then. You can read more about the controlled reopening of Denmark on the government webpage here.