According to a September press release from the Danish Health Authority, the country of Denmark will be ending the administering of COVID shots to nearly everyone under the age of 50 in the country, with the release emphasizing that COVID is a greater health risk to the older population.

In the September 13th update regarding Denmark’s response to COVID, the Danish Health Authority notes “that the number of covid-19 infections will increase during autumn and winter,” adding that the agency is encouraging “people aged 50 years and over as well as selected risk groups” to entertain taking the jab.

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But what’s most interesting in the press release is that the country has zero intentions to offer the jab to anyone under 50 if they’re not among the high-risk category, as the Q&A section specifically notes, “Who will be offered vaccination against COVID-19? People aged 50 years and over will be offered vaccination. People aged under 50 who are at a higher risk of becoming severely ill from covid-19 will also be offered vaccination against covid-19.”

Further along the Q&A section of the press release, there’s a portion that reads, “Why are people aged under 50 not to be re-vaccinated,” which delivers an answer that would’ve garnered people a “conspiracy theorist” label some time back – as it cites the likes of post-infection immunity alongside how younger people aren’t at risk for serious COVID complications.

“People aged under 50 are generally not at particularly higher risk of becoming severely ill from covid-19. In addition, younger people aged under 50 are well protected against becoming severely ill from covid-19, as a very large number of them have already been vaccinated and have previously been infected with covid-19, and there is consequently good immunity among this part of the population.”

Alex Berenson, who was maligned by The Atlantic as being “the pandemic’s wrongest man,” took to his Substack account to report on the news coming out of Denmark, highlighting that while the press release from the Danish Health Authority didn’t outwardly say the jabs were unsafe for those under 50, those sentiments were clearly “implicit in the announcement.”

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“Denmark did not explicitly say the risks of mRNA jabs now outweigh their benefits for healthy people under 50. But that view is implicit in the announcement, which does not merely discourage but actually bans shots for those people, even though Denmark expects ‘a large wave of [Covid] infection’ in the next few months.”

Berenson added that Denmark “is not stopping shots because Covid has ended. It now believes most people are better off getting the coronavirus than taking more mRNA,” which is painfully obvious based on the context of the press release from the Danish Health Authority.

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Meanwhile, while countries like Denmark are shuttering the jabs for people under 50, universities here stateside are still mandating that college students and staff members subject themselves to booster shots – such as the University of California-Davis, according to a September update to their campus policy.

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