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Denmark Has Abolished All Corona Measures. Finally, at the National Level, Some Basic Sense

COPENHAGEN — The Danish parliament just decided in Copenhagen to end all Corona measures on October 1st. As a result, the mask need will be eliminated, as will the testing process. The Danes will no longer be required to prove whether or not they have been vaccinated, or whether or not they have tested positive or negative.

Denmark’s SSI infectious diseases agency announced that vaccination is no longer used to generate herd immunity in the country. Tyra Grove Krause, the SSI’s acting academic director, predicted that a new wave of infections would emerge after people returned to work and school at the conclusion of the summer, but that this was not cause for concern.

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Meanwhile, Tyrolean lawyer Dr. Renate Holzeisen strongly advised all employers to avoid vaccination pressure or obligatory vaccination, claiming that most of them were “clearly unaware of the far-reaching legal ramifications linked with it.”

As a result, the official approval documents demonstrate that these medications cannot break the infection chain because people who are treated with them can become infected and hence infectious. As the CDC and others have admitted, even who are entirely “vaccinated” become infected with the virus and even have the same viral load as “unvaccinated people.” As a result, any Covid-19 “compulsory vs. voluntary vs. mandatory vs. voluntary vs. mandatory vs. voluntary

 

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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