Covid 19 coronavirus: Great Danes? Denmark claims it is ‘over’

Sep 10, 2021 | News

On Friday September 10, the country will lift all its last Covid restrictions, with the Government having declared the virus “no longer a critical threat to society”, thanks to having vaccinated 72 per cent of the population (the UK is at 62 per cent and New Zealand is on 31.5 per cent).

“The epidemic is under control,” the health minister, Magnus Heunicke, announced last week, acknowledging the Government’s right to impose Covid-related powers was coming to an end.

Denmark, which on March 11, 2020, was the first country in northern Europe to bring in lockdown restrictions, is now the trailblazer in removing them.

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Source: NZHerald

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