The Danish National Health Council has announced that with a flash decision, the new type of coronavirus outbreak in the country is completely under control, and therefore all measures have been lifted.
In the statement made by the board, it was stated that the severe Kovid-19 restrictions, which began in Denmark on March 11, 2020, have been completely lifted as of today.
In the statement, it was pointed out that a record level of vaccination had been reached across the country and that the Kovid-19 epidemic was fully under control.
In addition, it was stated in the statement that rules such as the obligation to wear masks and PCR tests will be in effect at airports and airplanes where international rules are valid.
Jens Lundgren, chief infectious disease doctor at Rigshospitalet Hospital, told DR state television that Denmark won against the epidemic with tough measures at first and then achieved a high vaccination rate .
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Noting that the exceedance rate in the country has increased to 83%, Lundgren recalled that restrictions can be reinstated if the outbreak gets out of hand during the fall and winter months.
According to figures released by the National Health Agency, the number of people who have lost their lives to Kovid-19 in Denmark has risen to 2,000,604. The number of cases in the country has risen to 350,000,996.
Previously, Belgium had relaxed the measures considerably, saying that despite the ongoing cases, the vaccination rate was gradually increasing.
Israel, the country with the highest vaccination rate, lifted restrictions to a large extent in April, but reverted to measures when the increase in cases returned due to the spread of the Delta variant.