In Denmark to covida-19 by sharing lollipops or kissing

They get a vaccination passport if they get over the infection.


The photo is symbolic.

The Danes, reluctant to vaccinate, forged a cunning intent that brought them media attention around the world.

In Denmark, entry to bars, clubs, restaurants, indoor events, cinemas, galleries and museums is not possible without a so-called six-month vaccination passport. Public transport and travel abroad are also eliminated.

Citizens can secure it by confirming that they have been infected with covid-19 and have also recovered from it. Those who don’t want to get vaccinated are therefore looking for all sorts of ways they could get infected. Dedicated groups have even been set up on social media to offer advice in this direction. Among the more popular methods are lollipop sharing and kissing.

Authorities are not advising people to do so and are urging them to opt for the vaccine. But can they compete with conspiracy theories and misinformation?

In Denmark, 183 cases of infection with a new version of the coronavirus, omicron, have been detected. This means that the number of new omicron infections tripled within 48 hours after 18 were confirmed on Friday.

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