The past few weeks is the number of coronasmittede in Denmark increased.
Several times in the past, the authorities have warned against and told the danes, that the number of infected people would increase, as we re-opened the country.
But in June and early July, there was nothing. The numbers continued to be low, and therefore surprises the late increase Kåre Mølbak, technical director of the State Serum Institute.
he tells This in a interview with the Engineer, where he also unveils a hope, that the infection reaches a plateau and remains there. Throughout the fall and winter.
the Extra Leaf has also previously talked with Kåre Mølbak, which indicated that we should get used to it, that the numbers would be slightly higher in the coming time.
- do you See any reason to close something down further on the basis of the figures?
- I see no reason to do more, and there are no good arguments to close something down. Our setup works really well, and I think the municipalities make a really big effort, so I am very comfortable.
- We should probably get used to it, that smittetallet going to be a little higher, and being busy with smittesporing in some places, but so far I am confident, says Kåre Mølbak for the Extra Magazine.
Community - 4. aug. 2020 - pm. 14:22 Kåre Mølbak: I can't recommend phase four health
Tuesday told Kåre Mølbak, that it is not a good idea to go ahead with phase four of the reopening.
- My medical assessment is that it is a good idea just to take a breather and not to go ahead with phase four. It is due to recent weeks of increasing smittetal, says Kåre Mølbak.
political parties shall, according to the plan negotiate on the remaining part of the reopening of the so - called phase four - 12. august.
Stage four trades, among other things, an opening of the nightlife, concerts and big musical events, and to forsamlingsforbuddet must be raised to 200. In the agreement, it is apparent, however, that the plan may be made if the epidemic is flaring up.
In week 31 there were 429 confirmed cases, while the week before was 227 cases.