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Starting February 1, this European country will lift all anti-Covid measures
Written by SOT.COM.AL 26 Janar 2022
Denmark plans to lift its restrictions on COVID-19 on February 1 despite record infections, as its high vaccination rate is considered sufficient against the milder Omicron variant, the Ministry of Health said on Wednesday.
If a parliamentary committee approves the government proposal later Wednesday (January 26th), Denmark will become the first European Union country to lift restrictions despite the wave of Omicron infections sweeping the continent.
"I want COVID-19 to no longer be categorized as a dangerous disease for society from February 1," Health Minister Magnus Heunicke wrote in a letter to lawmakers.
This would lead to the de facto removal of all internal restrictions, including the use of a vaccination passport, the wearing of masks and early closures to bars and restaurants.
However, Denmark will maintain some border measures for another four weeks, including tests and / or quarantine depending on the country of origin of the passengers.
The Scandinavian country first lifted all restrictions on September 10, before resuming use of a COVID-19 passport in early November and later imposing new restrictions.
In neighboring Sweden, authorities announced that the current restrictions would remain in force for at least another two weeks.
However, Health Minister Lena Hallengren told a news conference that "most of the restrictions" could be lifted on February 9 if "the situation has stabilized then".
Faced with a lower level of hospitalizations than in previous waves, some European countries, such as France and the United Kingdom, have announced the significant lifting or lowering of their restrictions in recent days, despite record or very high cases.
In England, the only legal restriction in force from Thursday will be for persons who test positive to be isolated.
In Denmark, health authorities "recommend" people who test positive to be isolated for four days.
Vendi me 5.8 milionë banorë regjistroi 46,000 raste të reja të martën, një nivel shumë i lartë, "por vlerësimi ynë aktual është se epidemia së shpejti do të arrijë kulmin", shkroi Heunicke në Twitter.
"Ne kemi kontroll të mirë mbi normat e shtrimit në spital, falë një kombinimi prej 3.5 milionë danezëve të vaksinuar dhe natyrës më pak të rëndë të Omicron", tha ai.
Më shumë se 60 përqind e danezëve kanë marrë një dozë të tretë, një muaj përpara planit të autoriteteve shëndetësore.
Ndërsa numri i personave të shtruar në spital me COVID-19 vazhdon të rritet dhe tani ka kaluar 900, autoritetet shëndetësore thanë se situata ishte nën kontroll.
Në fillim të janarit, numri i shtrimeve në spital ishte rritur me 16 për qind, megjithëse rastet u rritën me 35 për qind.
Moreover, the number of people in intensive care has dropped, from 74 in early January to 44 on Wednesday.
The Danish Health Authority said 35 per cent of those hospitalized with COVID-19 were actually in hospital for a different diagnosis .