Danish Virus Infections Slow for First Time in Almost 4 Months
(Bloomberg) -- Denmark’s Covid-19 infections slowed for the first time in almost four months, helped by the roll-out of vaccinations and seasonal factors, the country’s health minister said.
The infection rate for the week through May 30 was 0.8, meaning that each infected Dane passed the virus on to fewer than one person, on average, Health Minister Magnus Heunicke said in a tweet on Wednesday. The last time the rate was below 1 was in early February.
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