Denmark Banks Hand Out Blankets to Staff After Cutting Heating to 19 Degrees C



Danish banks are handing out blankets to chilly staff members after the government imposed regulations limiting the temperature in commercial buildings to 19 C (66.2 F).

Peter Froulund, a spokesperson for Denmark’s sixth-largest bank, Arbejdernes Landsbank, was paraphrased by Bloomberg in a Sept. 22 article as stating that “blankets have been provided to the 1,800 employees in case they should freeze.”