Shortly after the outbreak, Denmark’s authorities imposed radical restrictive measures such as social distancing, shutdown of schools and most firms etc. In mid-March, the government banned all non-residents from entering the country. Such prompt moves made a benign impact, so the number of the coronavirus cases contracted. The measures owe their successful implementation to the high public confidence in the authorities. Moreover, the Danish government and public agencies are known for low corruption. To sum up, Denmark’s authorities take the lead by launching sensible restrictive measures. So, employers are obliged to pay 90% of wages and 75% of salaries to the people who do not work during the lockdown.