Denmark and Sweden and Norway drop covid rules

February 3, 2022 – Denmark and Sweden and Norway drop covid rules.

Almost all rules are non and void as of February 8 in Sweden and Norway. Denmark already opened up a few days ago. Denmark has lifted all of its domestic Covid-19 restrictions, including the wearing of face masks, making it the first European Union country to do so. Nightclubs have reopened, late-night alcohol sales have resumed, and the Danish coronavirus app is no longer needed to enter venues. While cases are still relatively high, the authorities say the virus no longer qualifies as a “critical threat”. That is due to the country’s high vaccination rate, experts say.

Denmark and Sweden and Norway drop covid rules

Enough people have been vaccinated. In Norway the temporarily lock down has been removed.

Many other European countries are also opening up.


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