The decision of the British government comes after the success of the introduction of the booster vaccine in reducing serious symptoms, and reducing the rate of hospitalization of patients.
As of today, January 27, 2022, under British law, face masks are no longer mandatory anywhere in England, as well as the abolition of legal requirements for Covid-19 permits (health certificates) to enter clubs and other places with large gatherings, according to “Fox56 News”.
Denmark also plans to scrap almost all restrictions to combat the Corona virus, despite the high incidence of infection.
From February 1, 2022, Danes will not have to wear masks or show evidence of vaccination in most places.
The Prime Minister of Denmark, Mette Frederiksen, is following the instructions of the Committee for Disease Control, which recommended canceling the emergency measures that were imposed to confront the pandemic; She described this step as an important event.
“We are saying goodbye to restrictions and hello to the life we knew before the Corona pandemic,” she said.
She added that high vaccination coverage proved to be a "powerful weapon".
Compulsory testing will be maintained for some arrivals to Denmark.
Testing and other precautionary measures are no longer mandatory; But it is still recommended to follow it.