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Denmark: All restrictions on COVID-19 will be cancelled on September 10. Denmark announced that COVID-19 had no obvious impact! All restrictions will be cancelled.
On August 28th, the Danish Ministry of Health announced that the COVID-19 virus “no longer poses a serious threat to society.”
Denmark will cancel all remaining restrictions on the COVID-19 epidemic on September 10, including the cancellation of the COVID-19 vaccine passport .
The Danish Minister of Health Magnus Hojnik said in a statement on Friday 27: “The COVID-19 epidemic has been brought under control, and our COVID-19 vaccination level has reached a new high. We can abandon what must be introduced in the fight against the COVID-19 virus. Special rules.”
Hojnik said that although Denmark is currently in a “good condition”, if the COVID-19 epidemic once again threatens the basic operation of society in the future, the Danish government will “act quickly.”
Denmark was one of the first European countries to implement COVID-19 lockdown measures in March 2020, when the country closed schools and other institutions. Denmark, like other countries, has strengthened or relaxed adjustments to various blockade measures during the COVID-19 epidemic.
Denmark is also the first country to adopt a vaccine passport, and one of the countries that launched a new coronavirus passport system on April 21 this year.
The Danish Ethics Council requested that the use of the COVID-19 vaccine passport be as short as possible and private information should be protected.
The Danish Ministry of Health said in a statement that according to the latest order, “some provisions of the “Infectious Diseases Act” are no longer applicable”, including the use of the COVID-19 vaccine passport. Denmark’s requirement for people to show their COVID-19 vaccine passports in certain institutions and places will expire on September 1.
Some Danish conservatives and civil liberties groups believe that the COVID-19 vaccine passport system is a serious threat to personal privacy. They believe that this system will create a two-tier society for those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 and those who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19.
Currently, New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles and other regions of the United States have begun to implement or will soon implement the COVID-19 vaccine passport regulations for bars, restaurants and theaters. These regulations have triggered legal proceedings in the local area.
An association representing several independent restaurants filed a lawsuit against New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio against the implementation of the COVID-19 vaccine passport initiative. The lawsuit stated: “This order makes it impossible for people who choose not to receive the COVID-19 vaccine to work in a designated industry, depriving them of their livelihoods.”
There are similar problems elsewhere in Europe. The French parliament passed a bill last month requiring similar businesses and institutions, as well as long-distance travelers, to provide proof of the COVID-19 vaccine, which triggered large-scale protests in France.
Thousands of people demonstrated in Paris and other cities last weekend, and more protests are expected in the coming weekend.
Switzerland has also recently implemented its own “health pass”, but it is limited to large-scale events involving more than 1,000 people.
(source:internet, reference only)