The nation of Denmark has become the first of any E.U. countries to halt its COVID vaccination program. Reasons include that the virus is now under control and the “epidemic has reversed,” as the Danish Health Advisory phrased it.
Danish authorities acknowledge that this is likely only a temporary measure and vaccinations will need to resume in the fall when infections typically surge. Jimmy Dore discusses in the video below what this step from Denmark means for the larger vaccination regime worldwide.
It’s been a controversy now for more than two years, but Denmark has at least acknowledged vaccination is not necessary for the moment. Maybe it also has to do with the fact that many of those infected with COVID have been among the vaccinated, revealing that current vaccines weren’t really as effective as claimed.
Worse, the vaccines seem to “wear off” after a few months, leading to the need for ongoing boosters. That doesn’t include defense against new variants, which current vaccines do not protect against.
Even those concerns don’t include the many reported side effects of the current vaccines. Yet those who have refused the jab have been removed from jobs and even the military in many cases.
Denmark has become one of the first Western nations to roll back such restrictions, showing the vaccine experiment is hopefully gone for now. Let’s hope other nations pick up on the idea and make it a trend, allowing life to at least return to normal regarding the pandemic being behind us. Find out more now in the latest video from “The Jimmy Dore Show.”