Denmark has reversed all such COVID restrictions as the vaccination rate has topped 80%. Denmark has be
Denmark has reversed all such COVID restrictions as the vaccination rate has topped 80%.
Denmark has become one of the first EU countries to ease restrictions after 548 days. The return to normality has been gradual, but as of Friday, the digital pass – proof of having been vaccinated – is no longer required when entering nightclubs, making it the last virus safeguard to fall.
The tipping point in Denmark to start easing restrictions came when a majority in the 50+ age group had both shots, Riis Paludan said. The restrictions were imposed on Aug 14 and wearing of the mask was made mandatory.
However, the wearing of face coverings is still mandatory at airports and people are advised to wear one when at the doctor, test centers, or hospitals. Distancing is still recommended and strict entry restrictions still apply for non-Danes at the borders. The outbreak is still considered “an ordinary dangerous illness”.
The pandemic is still not over and no one knows when it will end completely. However, every country is trying to make the best healthcare measure to curb its further spread.