Danish autrhorities decied to cancel the restrictions in late August, claiming that coronavirus "does not pose a serious threat to the society anymore" due to the record-high vaccination rates and low morbidity and fatality rates.
"Vaccines and huge efforts of all citizens of Denmark within such a long period of time is the basis of why we're getting stronger", said Healthcare Minister Magnus Heunicke.
From now on, the people will not be require to provide their Covid certificate for visiting restaurants, gyms or night clubs, and children will not be sent to quarantine after close contact with a sick individual was confirmed (only infected ones will be isolated).
All enterprises and education facilities opened in the country.
Almost three-fourth of the entire population are completely vaccinated, and the hospitalization rates are currently low.