Welcome to the life we knew before: Denmark is abolishing ALL COVID-19 restrictions

Denmark has announced that it will end all of its Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions by next week. Mette Frederiksen, prime minister of one of the world’s most vaccinated countries, said Denmark will not extend any of its pandemic measures beyond Jan. 31. “The pandemic is still here but with what we know, we now dare to believe that … Continue reading Welcome to the life we knew before: Denmark is abolishing ALL COVID-19 restrictions

Omicron variant data from Denmark suggests that people have nothing to fear

Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak data from highly vaccinated Denmark suggests that the post-vaccine omicron variant is just being used as a cover for the failure of the vaccines. The Danish government has been publishing extremely detailed daily data about COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations in the country. This includes information identifying the cases as caused by the original … Continue reading Omicron variant data from Denmark suggests that people have nothing to fear

Highly vaccinated South Korea reimposes COVID-19 restrictions amid post-vaccine outbreak

South Korea on Thursday, Dec. 16, said that it will reinstate stricter Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions less than two months after they were rolled back under a “living with COVID-19” policy. This is due to the recent surge in new infections and serious coronavirus cases in the highly vaccinated East Asian country. Authorities eased COVID-19 restrictions following a mass … Continue reading Highly vaccinated South Korea reimposes COVID-19 restrictions amid post-vaccine outbreak

Australian state launches new check-in system to track quarantined residents, those who fail to respond get a visit from cops

The government of Australia’s northeastern state of Queensland has launched a new check-in system for its residents’ in-home quarantine, requiring them to answer a randomly-timed text message within 10 minutes. If they do not, police officers will show up at their doorsteps. The new rules went into effect immediately after they were crafted. They were pushed by … Continue reading Australian state launches new check-in system to track quarantined residents, those who fail to respond get a visit from cops

Italy to require vaccine passports, recent negative COVID-19 test for participation in social activities

Italy will require people to show proof of vaccination against Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), or a recent negative COVID-19 test, before they can reenter public life and participate in many social activities. The Italian government said that a recent negative COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination will become a requirement beginning on Aug. 6. This “green certification,” as … Continue reading Italy to require vaccine passports, recent negative COVID-19 test for participation in social activities

Australian man escapes forced quarantine in hotel using rope made from bedsheets

A man in Australia escaped mandatory Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) quarantine by scaling down a fourth-floor window using a rope made of bedsheets that were tied together. The incident occurred in the early morning hours of Tuesday, July 20, in the city of Perth, the capital and largest city of the state of Western Australia. The man in … Continue reading Australian man escapes forced quarantine in hotel using rope made from bedsheets

The MOST VACCINATED NATION in the world reintroduces restrictions as coronavirus cases surge

Seychelles, known as the most vaccinated nation in the world, has reintroduced coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions after experiencing a sudden surge in coronavirus cases. The island nation, which has a population of just under 100,000, has administered 134,475 doses of the coronavirus vaccine, according to the New York Times’ Covid World Vaccination Tracker. This means that about 72% of its … Continue reading The MOST VACCINATED NATION in the world reintroduces restrictions as coronavirus cases surge

Economist calls for more freedom in Germany as extended lockdown keeps bankrupting businesses

Gabriel Felbermayr, president of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy in Germany, is calling for more freedom in the country as the lockdown imposed to stem the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic keeps bankrupting businesses. Since November last year, Germany has been under a strict lockdown that requires shops, hotels and restaurants across the nation to close temporarily. The measure … Continue reading Economist calls for more freedom in Germany as extended lockdown keeps bankrupting businesses

Extended coronavirus lockdown making London’s rat infestation worse

Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdowns are worsening London’s rat infestation. The disappearance of the garbage dumps they used to scavenge in inner cities has used them further from their usual habitats and caused them to start appearing in people’s homes. Members of the  British Pest Control Association (BPCA), which represents hundreds of pest control workers in the United … Continue reading Extended coronavirus lockdown making London’s rat infestation worse

Germany keeps lockdown in place even as the government receives intense criticism from business organizations

German businesses and trade organizations are strongly criticizing the government of Chancellor Angela Merkel its decision to extend the country’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown, despite the objections from the country’s private sector. “Businesses are growing increasingly desperate and angry,” said Guido Zollick, head of the German Hotel and Restaurant Association. “More and more fear for their existence.” Zollick spoke … Continue reading Germany keeps lockdown in place even as the government receives intense criticism from business organizations