Danish cases drop, defying critics of early end to Covid curbs

Despite critics having recently used Denmark as an example of how bad the situation can get when restrictions are lifted preemptively, the strategy now seems to be yielding good results, as the country’s cases fall for the first time in a month.

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Denmark’s hands-off strategy on the coronavirus might be paying off.

On Tuesday, it registered a decline in the contagion rate for the first time in over a month, indicating that the Nordic country is getting close to so-called hybrid immunity – a combination of vaccinations and infections.

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