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Mette F. comments on the internal power struggle with Brostrøm

Prime minister Mette Frederiksen (S) see nothing wrong in the fact that a senior official was asked to put his professionalism to the page in connection with coronasituationen.

It is the Health director, Søren Brostrøm, who in march was asked to drop the officials basic principle of fairness and instead recognize the government's 'extreme precautionary approach'.

At a news conference, she will be on Friday, asked in to it.

- in general it applies that any government should let itself advise, but the political priority which must be adopted in the field of health, must be a political decision, she says.

Health and Ældreministeriets permanent secretary, Per Okkels, bad, however, that Søren Brostrøm to take into account the government's input, before the doctor answered from his medical basis.

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It writes multiple media, which is in the possession of the mail, including Extra Magazine.

In the email write Okkels 14. march, 'before you answer, you must leave the responsibility for proportionality in the recognition of an extreme precautionary approach'.

the Question is therefore, what stood in the way of that you first got a professional recommendation, which you then could take into consideration.

- We have with the authorities discussed testing through a long period of time, and there have also been many discussions about what it was, and is, for a strategy, Denmark will pursue, says Mette Frederiksen.

- From the government's side we are of the clear conviction that must be tested many, and that must be tested widely, for it is one of the way in which we can follow in this disease development.

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She does not think that one can say that the government has listened to the medical input. For example was the closure of borders is a political decision, for it was not a recommendation from the Danish Health and medicines authority.

- the Premise that we should not have listened to the Danish national board of Health, is not really.

- We have chosen to let us advise by several different authorities. We are proud that we, together with the Danish Parliament has taken the decisions we have, " says Mette Frederiksen.

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