Denmark will lift all COVID-19 restrictions next week.
“We say goodbye to restrictions and welcome the life we knew before” the pandemic, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said on Wednesday, according to Related press.
“From February 1, Denmark will be open,” she said.
Denmark has joined Britain and Ireland in removing all legal restrictions and returning to full normalcy. They are looking at the same live data as our “experts”. Show you how much our covid restrictions are the whole aesthetic theater.
– Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) January 28, 2022
In a letter to parliament, Health Minister Magnus Heunicke said the government would implement the expert panel’s recommendations to end all restrictions.
“There has been a separation between trends that have prevailed previously during the epidemic, between increased infections and increased hospitalizations due to COVID,” the panel said in a January 21 report. follow Reuters.
Denmark is not alone in sending restrictions to the trash, according to Euronews. Ireland, the UK and the Netherlands are also easing restrictions even as high omicron case numbers continue to be reported.
“We continue to do robust disease surveillance,” Heunicke said. “Then we… can react quickly if necessary.”
“It seems strange that we want to remove restrictions due to high infection rates,” said Frederiksen. “But fewer people get seriously ill.”
“The pandemic is still here, but with what we know, we now dare to believe that we are past the critical stage,” she said, according to the report. Bloombergcalled the end of all restrictions “a milestone”.
The only rules that will remain after February 1 require those entering the country to be screened and quarantined. The rules will be in place for another four weeks.
The UK has removed the requirements for covid passports and masks.
Ireland has removed most of their restrictions.
Denmark is lifting all restrictions including passports with cards and mask requirements.
Freedom in the air.
– PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) January 26, 2022
Denmark had 46,590 new cases on Tuesday, down from the national peak of 47,831 cases on January 21, according to Reuters.
Hospitalizations hit 918 on Tuesday, the highest in a year, but officials say most hospitalize is for causes other than COVID-19.
Since hitting a peak of 82 on January 6, the number of Danish patients in intensive care fell to 44 on Tuesday.
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