Hold your applause…..
According to sources, Denmark has recently announced that it will soon do away with all Covid-19 restrictions—including vaccine passports on September 10th 2021.
This is incredible, good for them!
The bad news?
Denmark is reportedly lifting all these restrictions because they “have record vaccination levels”……..
Now we all know what that means……..sooner or later some new strain is going to pop up, or the vaccines will wear off, and it will be back to square one for liberty and civil rights in Denmark.
Indeed, the government of Denmark even hinted that this may end up happening…..
Let’s take a closer look at what they said.
Congratulations to Denmark for lifting all their COVID-19 restrictions however there should have not been any restrictions in the first place.
— Chance Coleman (@ChanceTyColeman) August 27, 2021
Denmark lifting all COVID restrictions, with 71% vaccination rate. US is at 62% at least one dose, planning to mask kids forever. https://t.co/RCa06NnhVP
— Richard Hanania (@RichardHanania) August 27, 2021
Pay attention to what was reported here in The Epoch Times:
Denmark will lift all its remaining COVID-19 restrictions, including vaccine passports, on Sept. 10 after the country’s health ministry declared the CCP virus “no longer a critical threat to society.”
“The epidemic is under control, we have record vaccination levels,” Danish Health Minister Magnus Heunicke said in a statement on Friday, according to a translation. “That is why we can drop the special rules we had to introduce in the fight against COVID-19.”
However, Heunicke said that despite Denmark being in a “good place” at the moment, the government would “act quickly if the pandemic once again threatens the essential functioning of society.”
And at the same time Denmark is now lifting all restrictions by September. By September 10 they don’t classify Covid-19 to be dangerous to society anymore.
— Joakim Honken Holmqvist (@acejokke) August 27, 2021
Maybe the reason Denmark are lifting their Covid restrictions is they exercise https://t.co/J6srg3T2f4
— Al James (@AlJames63641441) August 27, 2021
The Guardian explained:
Denmark is the EU’s third-most vaccinated country, according to Our World in Data, with 71% of the population having received two shots. Malta is on 80% and Portugal 73%. The UK has fully vaccinated 62% of its population.
Denmark’s seven-day rolling average of new coronavirus cases per million inhabitants stands at 167, slightly above the EU average of 149 but well below Britain’s figure of 492, according to the same online science publication.