Thanks, Mike. The masks are not required outdoors in Denmark, only in interior
spaces (and obviously also on public transport etc.).
They are doing a good job of controlling the virus with lots of testing, almost
100% sequencing of all positive tests, and vaccination as fast as possible
given supply constraints. Their lockdown is much more severe than here in
Spain, despite Denmark’s numbers being much lower. Restaurants and bars are
takeaway only, shopping centers are closed, things like hair salons, driving
schools and other similar services will only open on 21 April, etc.
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> On 4 Apr 2021, at 23:29, Mike Gordon via olympus <olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> <<<That final image is great.
> I agree, thanks for posting. Just a nice image in normal times but...
> The lack of masks that close together even outside appears cavalier to my
> eyes with perhaps 14% of Danes vaccinated. France is in lockdown and Germany
> is doing poorly, so one has to wonder.
> Medical Mike
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