A sharp increase in Covid-19-related cases is being reported in this country. In the Nordic country of 5.8million people, more than 2,000 cases have been reported.
Denmark will resume the use of its health pass almost two months after it was removed from the market. This is due to the dramatic rise in Covid-19 cases. The Prime Minister announced this Monday, November 8.
“The Commission on Epidemics recommended that the government classify the coronavirus as a “disease threatening society” and to re-impose the coronapass. The government will follow this recommendation ”, Mette Frederiksen told a press conference. A bill will be presented to Parliament on Tuesday.
At the end of last week, the health authorities warned of a risk of seeing the country’s hospitals “Overloaded” due to “Risk of Covid-19, flu, and other infectious disease”.
“Health authorities had expected more people to become infected (with Covid), and be hospitalized. However, it happened much faster than they anticipated.”, noted Mette Frederiksen.
More than 2,000 cases of illness were reported Monday in the Nordic Kingdom with 5.8 million inhabitants. 36 people are currently in intensive care.
The health pass, which is compulsory at the age of 15, must be reinstated, in particular in bars, restaurants and nightclubs. “We can live with the coronapass. It gives you peace of mind when you go to the cinema or to a concert ”The Prime Minister was assured.
Its reintroduction into the daily life will result in a daily “More difficult for those of you who are not vaccinated. This is how I think it should be ”Did she really say that?
Denmark was the pioneer of the health pass, which was introduced in spring. It was abolished on September 10, when there were four times as many new cases than today. Over 12 year olds in Denmark received two doses.
According to the head government, the rise in cases can be attributed to a “Small group who doesn’t play by the rules”. “They are accountable to all of Denmark at the moment.”She encouraged those not yet vaccinated to make a decision.