The government of Denmark has officially renounced the ‘New World Order’ by ditching any and all lockdown restrictions from September 10th onwards.
According to Denmark’s health minister Magnus Heunicke, Denmark has decided to stop recognizing Covid-19 as an “illness which is a critical threat to society”, meaning that all restrictions will come to an end.
“The epidemic is under control, we have record high vaccination rates,” Heunickesaid in a statement. “As a result, on September 10th, we can drop some of the special rules we have had to introduce in the fight against Covid-19.”
Infowars.com reports: September 10th marks the expiry date for that the executive order classifying Covid-19 as a “socially critical illness”, which was passed by the Danish parliament’s Epidemic Committee on March 10th last year.
The parties in the centre-right blue bloc, led by the Liberal Party, have already said that they believe that Covid-19 should no longer be classed as a serious threat to society, and the health ministry’s announcement came less than an hour before the ruling Social Democrats were due to discuss the issue with the other parties in the Epidemic Committee.
“When it sinks in for the Social Democrat government that they are in a minority, they then come up with better ideas just 45 minutes before the meeting in the Epidemic Committee is starting,” said Sophie Løhde, a member of the committee for the Liberal Party.
A number of restrictions are set to lapse on September 1st, notably the requirement to show a valid corona pass to sit in restaurants and bars, and the ban on discos and nightclubs.
Friday’s announcement means that just ten days after nightclubs reopen on September 1st, visitors will no longer have to show a coronapas, and it also means that from September 10th, those going to watch a Superliga football match or attend an outdoor event with more than 2,000 people, will no longer need a coronapas.
The change in the classification of Covid-19 will not, however, affect rules on travel into Denmark, which are governed by a separate inter-party agreement which is due to expire in October, a spokesperson for the health ministry said.