Denmark will stop promoting COVID vaccinations on May 15, 2022
They realize stopping the spread is useless. They are stopping all promotion of the COVID vaccines on May 15, 2022, the first country to do so.
Watch this video by Dr. John Campbell about Denmark’s COVID policies starting at 3:00 to 4:00. He says towards the end of the minute, “Isn’t it great to see a national medical leader with the sheer guts to reflect the accurate science. It’s just excellent. Very, very pleased to see the courage that Tyra Krause has demonstrated.”
What’s remarkable is this: the video has been up for more than 24 hours and has not been banned from YouTube.
That means what Campbell said is, by definition, not misinformation.
So now we know that starting with omicron, it is impossible to stop the spread of infection, even with severe restrictions!
Denmark is stopping all vaccinations on May 15, 2022, the first country to do so
See this story.
But let’s be clear: anyone that wants the vaccine can still get it. The change is that the government will stop sending out digital posts with invitations to get the vaccine. See this tweet.
And they reserve the right to start promoting it again.
So even in Denmark, they are still not paying attention to the science (see my article on the three papers if you haven’t already) and haven’t realized the vaccines are dangerous (even though the key paper on zero ACM is from Denmark).
But at least they are willing to take the first baby step and stop promoting it.
Jesse Morgan wrote in the comments:
Denmark is moving in the right direction, but still won't mention anything negative about these vaccines. Doing so may be a bit too much too fast for them. Perhaps they are unboiling the frog? Let's hope.
Or, in the immortal words of my good friend Sage Hana (who summarized it perfectly):
Denmark will suspend vaccine invitations, jabs still available, and will probably be back in the Fall, even if they don't work and Omicron is impossible to stop.
Other countries should follow Denmark’s lead and stop vaccinations. This is validated by YouTube!
Campbell then says (at 4:19), “As soon as other countries follow this lead, the better.”
Again, this was not censored by YouTube so this is also true.
So there you go. YouTube has affirmed that:
It is useless to stop the spread of the virus, even with severe restrictions
Vaccination promotion will stop on May 15, and as soon as other countries follow this lead, the better.
As we all know, there is no higher authority on health information than the YouTube censors. So there you have it.
So now we have signs of intelligent life in both Tennessee and Denmark.
Tennessee has made ivermectin available without a prescription and Denmark has realized mitigation is useless and is stopping vaccination promotion.
It’s a good start.
But just to be on the safe side, I’d like to suggest you watch Campbell’s video on YouTube before they take it down.
After all, nowadays, the science can change in minutes.