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    Posted: January 26 2022 at 10:29pm

Denmark to End Most COVID Restrictions and 'Welcome the Life We Knew Before'

Denmark Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced on January 26 Denmark would be throwing out most of the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions it placed, including mask mandates.

Restrictions currently in place are for the public to wear masks on public transportations, in restaurants, in shops, and people entering healthcare facilities and retirement homes, according to the Associated Press. However, following the February 1 change of restrictions, masks will only be required in hospitals, healthcare facilities and homes for the elderly.

"We say goodbye to the restrictions and welcome the life we knew before," Frederiksen said. "As of Feb. 1, Denmark will be open."

According to Health Minister Magnus Heunicke, Denmark's recent cases of COVID were more than 46,000 daily on average; however, only 40 people are in hospital intensive care units.

"It may seem strange that we want to remove restrictions given the high infection rates," Frederiksen said. "But fewer people become seriously ill."

Denmark was one of the first European counties in 2020 to close schools and send employees home due to the pandemic.

Sweden extended their restrictions on January 20 for the next two weeks, while Austria, according to ABC News, is introducing a new mandate to take place on February 1. They have ordered bars, cafes and restaurants to close at 11 p.m., as well ad advised workers to work from home when possible, according to the AP.

Austria's new vaccine mandate is being put into effect on February 1 due to low vaccination rates, according to ABC News. They reported that in mid-March, police will start checking vaccination statuses during routine checks. If a resident cannot produce written proof of vaccination, they face a fine of up to 600 Euros ($685). Exceptions are made for pregnant women and those who cannot receive the vaccine due to medical reasons, as well as those who recovered from the virus in the last six months.

According to Reuters, Finland is going to begin to ease its restrictions in mid-February.

https://www.newsweek.com/denmark-end-most-covid-restrictions-welcome-life-we-knew-before-1673373

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Sounds like Austria is a vaxx NAZI paradise. Guess what other famous person was from Austria??? Seems fitting.

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A-I the "nazi-thing" you keep coming up with show a total lack of both taste and respect for those who did suffer from nazi-terror in 1939-45...

On Denmark [url]https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/denmark/[/url] or https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/denmark/ only the wave a year ago was worse-so far. 

DK cases +48%, deaths +19%, 102 last week, 121 last 7 days...on a population of 5,8 million. 

Ok now this is worrying. Denmark is witnessing an *exponential* rise of hospital admissions. Kids are being hospitalized massively. The world should be screaming.


Denmark just one of several countries with a strong increase of children ending up in hospital...

Again comparing measures to stop it with nazism has to stop, (and I am against mandatory vaccines, pro-choice; if you do not want to test you may face limits...but there is a healthcrisis !)...A-I please stop it, show some respect...

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Well Josh I can appreciate your opinion but I'm going to call it as I see it, when I see it, as my opinion. The reality of the situation is that fanatical and extremest viewpoints exist and they have even shown up on this forum. What's interesting is the fact that when they were espoused on here they went unchallenged by an large. Why do you think that is?

And some governments have instituted radical policies regarding the unvaxxed which we all know now is not based on science as the vaxxed can and do become infected with covid as well as spread covid, making vaxx passports and segregation policies utterly useless. As more and more countries abandon their failed covid policies perhaps normality will return. Until then I will call out fanatical and extremest policies as well as comments regarding the unvaxxed. And as a jew who is married to a jew I am not offended in the least by making the comparison. And while the comparison may be uncomfortable for some if their fanatical viewpoints of the unvaxxed align with extremism, so be it, they should be uncomfortable being compared to a Nazis. And that's my opinion.

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A-I [url]https://www.ushmm.org/remember/international-holocaust-remembrance-day[/url] or https://www.ushmm.org/remember/international-holocaust-remembrance-day

The United Nations General Assembly designated January 27—the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau—as International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

On this annual day of commemoration, the UN urges every member state to honor the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust and millions of other victims of Nazism and to develop educational programs to help prevent future genocides.

DJ; Vaccination passports may have limited use...but are a form of "apartheid/discrimination"...on a certain moment not justified by the science. Unmasked UK police entering a house (in 2020) after a (false) claim of a party...making that house less safe for the persons living there is unacceptable-certainly when BoJo was having his own parties-lots of them-at the same time and without police action to stop it...

For me 1940-45 in NL, certainly the last years of that time- stand for nazi-terror, mass executions...razzia's on Jews starting in february 1941 meaning a massive (communists organised-even with stalin and hitler in a non-agression pact) strike was broken by terror...[url]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/February_strike[/url] or https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/February_strike ; The 1941 February Strike is considered to be the first public protest against the Nazis in occupied Europe,[2] and the only mass protest against the deportation of Jews to be organized by non-Jews.[3]

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All political parties, as well as the city public transport authorities and organizations of Holocaust survivors, participate in the remembrance. Although three communist organisers were shot to death after the strike and 12 communist organizers were sent to jails in Germany, during the Cold War the communists were forced to remember the strike separately from other political groups. For many years after the war, Dutch officials publicly denied contributions by the communists to the strike

Just like the "red kmehr", stalin. mao, terror nazi-terror has a time and place...Call it draconian state terror, I think calling the present strategies to limit this pandemic nazism is simply incorrect...but that is my opinion...

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