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Denmark Decides to Conclude COVID Vaccination Initiative


Denmark Decides to Conclude COVID Vaccination Initiative

Authorities in Denmark are of the opinion that the virus is now adequately managed.

In most large nations across the globe, COVID-19 immunization remains obligatory. While case numbers have decreased from the peak of the pandemic, they are still fluctuating, leading most governments to uphold their current policies on vaccination and overall pandemic safety. Despite this, one country has determined that the situation has normalized enough to discontinue mandatory vaccination.

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This week, Denmark declared that they will formally terminate their national COVID vaccination campaign, citing the country’s ability to manage COVID cases at what they consider reasonable levels.

“Spring has arrived, the Danish populace has high vaccination coverage, and the epidemic trend has reversed,” stated the Danish Health Authority on Wednesday.

Consequently, the National Board of Health has decided to halt the extensive vaccination drive against COVID-19 for the current season,” the statement added.

The vaccination campaign in Denmark commenced earnestly towards the end of 2020. Since then, at least one shot has been administered to 4.8 million citizens, with 3.6 million individuals having received vaccines up to and including a booster shot. Although the Omicron variant has been detected in numerous cases in the country, severe instances have been significantly lower, indicating a robust overall immune response within Denmark.

“We are currently in a favorable position,” commented Bolette Soborg, the National Board of Health’s unit manager. “We have effectively managed the epidemic, which appears to be on the decline. Hospital admission rates are steady, and we anticipate a decrease soon. As a result, we are wrapping up the mass COVID-19 vaccination program.”

Citizens will retain the option to receive vaccinations, while health authorities continue to advise vulnerable populations to consider getting vaccinated.

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