Their concern about the risk of overloading the hospital system in the face of rising cases coronavirus in the country, where the last restrictions came a month ago, health officials said on Friday. Denmark.
“With the risk of Covid-19, the flu and other infectious diseases, we run the risk of overburdening hospitals,” said the director of the National Health Authority. Seren Brostrem, in a relevant announcement.
“We are already seeing that the country’s hospitals have been filled to a great extent and that the staff is running. “However, we do not have the stamina we had in the past, because pressure has been exerted for a long time,” he stressed.
It is pointed out that in the last 24 hours, for the second consecutive day, more than 2.000 new cases in the country, as transmitted by ΑΠΕ ΜΠΕ.
Having introduced the health pass since the spring, the country of 5.8 million people abolished it on September 10, at a time when the number of new cases was four times lower than today.
The Ministry of Health is now considering re-classifying the disease as “threatening to society“, Something that has not been valid since September.
“We also asked the Commission on Epidemics re-evaluate the relevant measures “It would indicate based on the current situation,” the ministry told the Ritzau news agency.
In Denmark, the 85,9% of citizens over 12 years has received two doses of vaccine.