Denmark will bar people under 50 from receiving the COVID vaccine.
In July 2022, it was no longer possible for children and adolescents aged under 18 to get the first COVID vaccine injection and, after September 1, 2022, it was no longer possible for them to get the second injection.
Alex Berenson reported:
Denmark will bar almost everyone under 50 from receiving more mRNA Covid jabs, the Danish Health Authority said yesterday.
Denmark had already ended Covid shots for nearly everyone under 18. The new rules go much further.
Danes under 50 will only be allowed to receive the shots if they are “higher risk of becoming severely [emphasis added] from Covid-19.”
The Danish Health Authority has not yet defined those groups, but they will likely include only a handful of people, such as those receiving cancer treatments that suppress their immune systems. Pregnant women are unlikely to be included.
Denmark did not explicitly say the risks of mRNA jabs now outweigh their benefits for healthy people under 50.
But that view is implicit in the announcement, which does not merely discourage but actually bans shots for those people, even though Denmark expects “a large wave of [Covid] infection” in the next few months.
The Danish government released this statement.
U.S.: Let’s push new vaccines that have undergone research against 8 mice, and push people of all ages, including low-risk children, into these untested jabs.
Denmark: Vaccines now only available for 50+ and high risk individuals under 50. pic.twitter.com/5NbKG6UDIM
— Kyle Lamb (@kylamb8) September 14, 2022
🔥BREAKING: An interesting update from Denmark’s Health Authority was published yesterday:
Denmark will no longer offer boosters and vaccines to persons under 50 not at high risk.
— New World Odor™ (@hugh_mankind) September 14, 2022