The inevitable happened just a couple of months back: a country halted its COVID-19 vaccination program as a result of low infection rates in recent weeks. Denmark has made the decision to halt its vaccination program, making it the first nation on the globe to do so. The National Board of Health stated in a remark, “Spring has come, vaccination reach in the country is high, and the pandemic has been overturned.” As a result, the National Board of Health is now making final comprehensive COVID-19 vaccination efforts for this season. Consequently, among other factors, vaccination invitations will cease to be sent.”
According to official data, 89 percent of people over the age of twelve have already completed the vaccination plan, and 76 percent of adults have gotten booster shots.
The rate of infection in the Scandinavian nation has reduced in recent days, says the World O Meter website. In fact, only 910 infections were reported on April 25, compared to a high of 52,002 cases in a single day on February 2. The amount of fatalities has also declined substantially: the peak per day for last week was 21, with a mean of 10.
The condition is “beneficial,” according to the Danish Health Division: “We will persist to intimately evaluate the condition of the pandemic, and we are prepared to start the public vaccination program if the need comes up just before a new epidemic begins.” “There will be a COVID-19 season when fall approaches,” he said.
Inasmuch as invitations will cease to be sent after May 15, shots will be available in healthcare centers for all who wish to use them. People who are at risk may be given a fourth booster shot. Notwithstanding the resting in vaccination, it is expected that it will be restarted when autumn comes and there is another potential rise of COVID-19 cases for the season.