Medical experts attributed the decline of COVID-19 cases in Denmark and Norway to high vaccination rates and “enormous compliance with the vaccine program,” the AP reported. Both countries gradually eased restrictions throughout the summer and fully lifted them in September.
Experts say widespread vaccination helped COVID-19 cases drop in Denmark and Norway recently, but social media users are misrepresenting the trend by suggesting it is connected to lifting pandemic restrictions.
The country—having fully vaccinated over 88% of over-18s—lifted all remaining COVID-19 restrictions on September 10, in a move closely watched by researchers observing the transition “from pandemic to endemic COVID-19.”
What people are saying?
Nathan Cate There are currently almost 200 countries. 3 countries with bad numbers isn’t a big enough sample size to represent any real data. Where as the whole population of Denmark and Norway is a large enough sample size.
G It would be ironic that somehow the supposed fact checkers of the real truth are always wrong but that’s just not the reality is it. Instead it’s the debunkers and factcheckers spreading the most misinformation out of everyone. On the payroll from Big Pharma.