Denmark will ban almost everyone under 50 from receiving any further COVID-19 jabs, the Danish Health Authority said yesterday.
The European country had already ended COVID-19 shots for nearly everyone under 18.
The new guidelines go much further.
"Danes under 50 will only be allowed to receive the shots if they are 'higher risk of becoming severely [emphasis added] from Covid-19,'" Alex Berenson reported.
Denmark just BARRED additional Covid jabs for most people under 50.
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— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) September 14, 2022
BREAKING: Denmark has banned the COVID-19 vaccine for most people under 50.https://t.co/MGS5sYznXa
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From Alex Berenson's Unreported Truths:
The Danish Health Authority has not yet defined those groups, but they will likely include only a handful of people, such as those receiving cancer treatments that suppress their immune systems. Pregnant women are unlikely to be included.
Denmark did not explicitly say the risks of mRNA jabs now outweigh their benefits for healthy people under 50.
But that view is implicit in the announcement, which does not merely discourage but actually bans shots for those people, even though Denmark expects “a large wave of [Covid] infection” in the next few months.
Health officials stated the purpose of vaccines is to prevent severe illness, hospitalization and death.
“Therefore, people at the highest risk of becoming severely ill will be offered booster vaccination,” the Danish Health Authority says.
“The purpose of vaccination is not to prevent infection with covid-19, and people under 50 are therefore currently not being offered booster vaccination.”
This is essentially an admission that individuals under 50 are better off contracting COVID-19 than taking the experimental shots.
The Danish Health Authority goes on to say that people under 50 are generally not at high risk of becoming severely ill from COVID.
"In addition, younger people aged under 50 are well protected against becoming severely ill from covid-19, as a very large number of them have already been vaccinated and have previously been infected with covid-19, and there is consequently good immunity among this part of the population," the statement says.
The Counter Signal noted:
The announcement comes as other countries make similar steps to limit COVID-19 vaccine access.
The UK has banned doctors from giving the COVID-19 vaccine to children under 12, saying kids don’t need it and they likely already have natural immunity.
The UK government also released a report stating that pregnant and breastfeeding women should under no circumstance get the Pfizer COVID vaccine due to a lack of trial data on the vaccine’s effect on reproductive health.
In Canada, health authorities continue to encourage parents to vaccinate their babies and kids, even while the former Chair of National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) admitted last month that COVID is less deadly to kids than the flu.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently said he might impose more COVID restrictions this winter unless 80-90% of the population gets “up-to-date” vaccinations.
To be fully vaccinated in Canada previously meant having two doses of a Health Canada-approved vaccine. The Canadian federal government is now applying pressure for citizens to get regular COVID-19 boosters.
Read the full statement from the Danish Health Authority HERE.