The Danish National Health Service announced on Tuesday (6th) that the trial of the “corona pass” will begin today. You will need to show this permit to enter some public places, or you will be fined.
Agence France-Presse reported that the Danish National Health Service stipulates that people who have completed the Coronavirus vaccination, have a negative nucleic acid test within 72 hours, have been diagnosed with Coronavirus two to 12 weeks ago and have been immunized against Coronavirus, can obtain ” Coronapass” (Coronapass).
People can log in to a specific website to download, print, or install a mobile application to show it directly. In addition to the “corona pass” when entering public places, it is also necessary to comply with anti-epidemic regulations such as wearing a mask.
The Danish National Health Service also announced that it will enter the first phase of “deregulation of social epidemic prevention” starting from Tuesday. This means that except for a few “high-risk” areas, barber shops, beauty salons, and driving schools across the country can resume operations.
Data from the Danish National Serum Institute on April 6 showed that Denmark had 520 new confirmed cases that day, a total of 234,317 confirmed cases, and a total of 2,432 deaths.