Denmark lifts coronavirus restrictions

Denmark has canceled the last remaining restrictions to combat the Corona virus, and, starting today, Tuesday, people will no longer have to undergo a test within 24 hours of entering the country.

This requirement will only apply to those who are not vaccinated, who have not recovered from a previous infection, or who want to enter the country from countries outside the European Union and the Schengen area.

It is noteworthy that the Danes have been living a practically free life from restrictions since the first of last February, at that time the Copenhagen government decided to cancel most of the restrictions to combat the virus, despite recording record numbers of infections.

The easing of restrictions despite the standard infections is due to the fact that infections were milder after the arrival of the omicron mutant and higher vaccination rates.

At present, the number of cases in Denmark has decreased significantly.

However, far fewer citizens are being tested for COVID-19 than before.

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