A love letter, please

Covid-19 has been, and still is, an enemy of love.

Married couples have been separated by the anti-contagion regulations all over the world, but those most severely hit are between 16 and 25 years old, the young generation that needs love more than anybody else.

Well aware of the problem, Police in Denmark have decided to open a window of opportunity. If, at their border controls with other Nordic countries and Germany, a very sad young chap or a crying young girl ask to be let in to meet their lovers, the new procedure is:

1) to ask for an ID;

2) to ask for a photo taken in Denmark, possibly with the object of affection they are to visit;

3) as a last resort, to ask for at least one love letter written by the mentioned beloved resident of Denmark.

It seems the new method is working, and many separated couples have been reunited. And nobody, in proximity of the borders concerned, has started writing and selling love letters on request.    

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