Schools and day care facilities
Daycare facilities are open for business. The schools are open too.  

Students at all educational institutions are sent home
Pupils and students in some public youth education and higher education receive education at home. 

CPR registration 
As of May 27 alle CPR registration in Aarhus will take place at Citizen Service (Borgerservice) at Dokk1. It is currently not possible to register for a CPR number at the International Citizen Service center. Please note that you must book an appointment online before appearing at Citizen Service.
Find more info here: https://newcitizen.dk/welcome/ 

EU residence document and recording of biometric features
If you need to submit an application for an EU residence document, a residence permit or you need to get your biometric features recorded you must book an appointment with SIRI at the International Citizen Service, Åboulevarden 31, 1st floor. Find more info at: https://nyidanmark.dk/en-GB/News-Front-Page/2019/05/Booking-in-all-branches and www.icitizen.dk
Appointments with Citizen Service (Borgerservice)
You must book an appointment to visit Citizen Service.
Find more info here

Limited use of public transport - avoid rush hour
The use of public transport must be limited and spread over as much time and capacity as possible. Action has already been taken to ensure this, including security for bus drivers.

Some indoor cultural institutions, leisure facilities, etc. are closed
Some indoor public cultural institutions, leisure facilities and similar indoor activities are still closed. Libraries are open for borrowing books.

Please check for limitations in service on the website from any specific museum or cultural og religious institution before planning a visit.

Read more about Coronavirus (covid-19) at the website from The Danish Health Autority

Read more about Coronavirus in English on Coranasmitte.dk: https://politi.dk/coronavirus-i-danmark/in-english/new-measures-against-covid-19