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Color Line cancels passenger traffic between Denmark and Norway

New restrictions in Denmark after the discovery of mutated coronavirus in mink mean that Color Line has to cancel its sailing of passengers on a route between Denmark and Norway.

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The discovery of a mutated coronavirus in mink now means that Color Line also has to cancel its passenger ferry route from Hirtshals in Northern Jutland, Denmark, says the company in a press release.

The passenger traffic is halted effective immediately.

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