Second coronavirus wave ’very unlikely’ in Denmark, says health chief

Second coronavirus wave ’very unlikely’ in Denmark, says health chief

Denmark chief epidemiologist has said it is ’very unlikely’ that the country will be hit by a second wave of coronavirus. His comments came as the government laid out plans for increased testing and a contact tracing system. Denmark this week began a second phase of relaxing its lockdown which includes reopening of restaurants and shopping malls.

Chris
Chris
TAP
TAP 1 weeks

Implementation of the scarlet letter and forced testing will do that. Might as well tattoo a positive sign on their arm for good measure.

tsylana
tsylana 1 weeks

Projections are still difficult, but if they've suppressed it enough they could be right. If accurate, this means there will be no convergence with Sweden and their high death rate.

PERLA MANUELA
PERLA MANUELA 1 weeks

What can I say, we are lucky¡!

Mutatis
Mutatis 1 weeks

Does the modeling take into account travelers from abroad?

yuckycrumpet
yuckycrumpet 1 weeks

Hope so. Good people.

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