The Danish authorities will not renew the covid restrictions, informs Politico. This is the first EU country to make such a decision.
As the newspaper writes, from September 10, Denmark will not require special passes to visit restaurants, clubs and gyms. Quarantine will remain only for those infected with COVID-19, while self-isolation for contact persons is canceled. In addition, the mandatory wearing of masks when traveling on public transport will be abolished in Denmark from 13 August.
Danish Minister of Health Magnus Hoinicke wrote on Twitter that the removal of carpet restrictions was made possible thanks to vaccinations and the “huge efforts” of the country’s residents.
According to Johns Hopkins University, 591 cases of coronavirus infection have been detected in Denmark over the past 24 hours. By data Bloomberg, 73.7% of the population is fully vaccinated.