Kelen McBreen – September 29th 2021, 12:29 pm
Norway, Sweden & Denmark all lifted Covid restrictions in September
Three European nations ended their Covid restrictions in the month of September, providing hope to other countries looking to get back to normal.
Denmark, Norway and Sweden each lifted all Covid-related regulations recently.
Denmark was the first of the three to end the lockdowns after nearly 550 days of strict orders.
One of the first European countries to stop enforcing Covid mandates, Denmark’s vaccine passport system was terminated on September 10.
“The epidemic is under control,” Danish Health Minister Magnus Heunicke said when he announced the decision.
More than 83 percent of Denmark’s eligible people have received at least one experimental Covid vaccine.
Next, Norway dropped its Covid restrictions after more than a year in lockdown, prompting Norwegians to celebrate in the streets.
“It has been 561 days since we introduced the toughest measures in Norway in peacetime,” Prime Minister Erna Solberg said on Friday. “Now the time has come to return to a normal daily life.”
After the government announced the end of the regulations, police responded to massive fights at bars, restaurants and nightclubs in the big cities due to large celebrations.
Over 76% of Norway’s eligible residents have received one vaccine dose, and almost 70% have taken both.
Now, Sweden joins the other nations in ending all of its Covid restrictions as The Public Health Directorate revealed Wednesday.
Measures such as limiting the attendance of gatherings and events both public and private, as well as a government advisory to work from home if possible have been scrapped.
83.6% of Swedes over 18 have received one experimental vaccine and 76% have been given two.
With more nations across the globe following suit, what will the ruling elite pull next to ensure their death-grip on humanity is not loosened?