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Denmark launches its “Coronapass” – RT in French

For Christopher Arzrouni, columnist and former advisor to the Danish Minister of Finance interviewed by RT France, it is the impatience of a “return to the life of before” which precipitated the establishment of a health passport in Denmark.

Launched on April 6 and available via a secure application such as in paper format, the “Coronapass” allows Danes who have been vaccinated, tested negative (for less than 72 hours) or have a positive test for two to 12 weeks to enter certain businesses. It will be mandatory to access the terraces which are scheduled to reopen on April 21, then in restaurants, museums, theaters and cinemas from May 6.

Live from Copenhagen, Christopher Arzrouni, columnist and former adviser to the Danish Minister of Finance, reports on the Danish health situation for RT France.



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