April 6 Denmark’s National Health Service issued a statement on the 6th, saying that Denmark will start to pilot the “coronavirus pass” immediately, and it is necessary to show such a pass to enter some public places.
The National Health Administration stipulates that those who have completed the coronavirus vaccination, have tested negative for nucleic acid within 72 hours, and have been immunized against the novel coronavirus can receive a “coronavirus pass”. People can present it directly by logging in to a specific website to download and print or install the mobile phone app. In addition to the “coronavirus pass”, you need to abide by epidemic prevention regulations such as wearing masks when entering public places.
The National Health Administration also announced that it will enter the first phase of “dismantling social coronavirus epidemic prevention control” from the 6th. This means that except for a few “high-risk” areas, places such as barbershops, beauty salons and driving schools across the country can resume business.
According to the data of the Danish National Serum Institute on the 6th, Denmark has 520 new confirmed cases compared with the previous day, with a total of 234,317 confirmed cases and 2,432 deaths.