Denmark already has banned mRNA COVID shots for almost everyone under 18, and now the European nation has increased the age to 50.
Danes under 50 will be allowed to receive the vaccines only if they are at “higher risk of becoming severely ill from COVID-19,” the Danish Health Authority said, reported investigative reporter Alex Berenson.
With a large wave of COVID-19 infections expected in the coming months, it’s clear that Denmark believes most people are better off getting the disease than the shot, Berenson surmised.
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“The Danish move is particularly significant because Denmark has an excellent national health care system and has aggressively collected data on Covid and vaccines,” he wrote on his Substack page.
Britain has ended mRNA shots for nearly all children 10 and under.
Meanwhile, American universities, such as the University of California-Davis, continue to require students to receive additional mRNA shots this fall, Berenson noted.
In this case, it’s the “bivalent” COVID vaccine update that was authorized by the Food and Drug Administration based on data from a handful of mice.