Denmark has lifted all anti-Covid restrictions within country


September 10, Fineko/abc.az. Denmark has become the first country in the EU to cancel completely all restrictive measures aimed at combating coronavirus within the country.

According to the European media, since Friday Denmark has canceled the last restriction - the mandatory presentation of a "vaccination passport" when visiting nightclubs.

In other places, in particular restaurants and gyms, they stopped demanding them on 1 September.

According to the Danish media, the country is returning to "pre-pandemic life": residents of the country do not wear masks, offices are again filled with employees, schools and universities are working at full capacity. On Saturday, September 11, the first major concert in Europe will be held in Copenhagen and will be attended by about 50,000 spectators.

At that, those who come to Denmark from other countries must provide either a vaccination document or a negative PCR test. At airports, the wearing of masks remains mandatory.

More than 70% of the Danish population has been fully vaccinated against coronavirus. Since the beginning of the pandemic, more than 350,000 cases of COVID-19 infection have been detected in Denmark, about 2,600 of them were fatal.