The Telegraph discusses the Denmark announcement: suspending vaccinations

Excerpts from the Telegraph below.  The last sentence is the important one.  It is an admision that the masks, the distancing and the vaccines don’t work. Denmark actually scrapped its other restrictions on February 1, but now it is scrapping vaccinations too, at least until the fall.

Denmark becomes first country to suspend Covid vaccinations as virus is brought under control

The government will no longer issue vaccination invitations after May 15 – although a booster programme may resume later in the year 

Tyra Grove Krause, director of infection preparedness at Denmark’s infectious diseases agency SSI, had previously dismissed the effect of even severe restrictions.

The country had lifted its social restrictions in September 2021 before a wave of Omicron infections swept over it two months later, forcing its museums, cinemas, theatres, and concert venues to close ahead of Christmas. 

The government intensified its immunisation campaign as a result, but by February had resolved to lift restrictions again.

Experts supported the government’s decision, saying overwhelmed hospitals trumped personal health as a concern for Danes.

“With omicron, it is impossible to stop the spread of infection,” Grove Krause said.

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