Denmark lifts all domestic COVID-19 pandemic restrictions | DW News

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Denmark has lifted all domestic pandemic restrictions, the first European Union member nation to do so.

The government credits a high vaccination rate for the move, but warns that measures could come back if necessary. Danes have reacted with both caution and optimism, as public spaces roar back to life.

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