Copenhagen: Danish Health Authorities recommended Monday that people with severe immune deficiency get a third dose of coronavirus vaccine. The Danish Medicines Agency said that some people “may have insufficient effect of vaccination against COVID-19, just as they may have reduced effect of other vaccines.”Also Read - C.1.2, New Covid Variant Found in 8 Countries, Likely to be More Infectious, Evade Vaccine Protection: Study
The government agency said it was a recommendation as to which groups should be offered revaccination with a third dose COVID-19 vaccine on the basis of severely weakened immune systems. As of Sept. 10, Denmark will no longer consider COVID-19 as “a socially critical disease” and phase out the digital pass that is required to enter restaurants, among other places, because of the large number of vaccination. Also Read - New Zealand Reports First Death Linked To Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine
More than 80 percent of all people in Scandinavian the country over the age of 12 have been vaccinated twice, and Denmark has a target of reaching 90 per cent by Oct. 1. Also Read - Milestone Achieved! India Administers Over 1 Crore Covid-19 Vaccines In A Single Day; PM Modi Calls it 'Momentous Feat'