Our initial article was factchecked by Reuters and found that it was missing some context. If you would like to read their full factcheck article, you can do so here. It outlines specific details as to why the vaccination program has been suspended in Denmark.
The Liberal did mention anything about myocarditis in relation to Denmark’s vaccination rollout, but it’s understood that other news outlets had done so.
Reuters say that “Denmark has temporarily paused its COVID-19 vaccination program and not stopped it entirely. It has been paused due to the country’s high vaccine coverage, not because of a study into myocarditis”
Reuters say that the main reason the vaccination program has been suspected is because there has been widespread uptake in the program itself.
Further details are outlined in the Reuters report here.
Denmark has suspended its vaccination program for coronavirus with immediate effect.
This move follows the lifting of all restrictions last February. The vaccination program might resume in the autumn, depending on the course of the coronavirus disease by then, but according to Reuters
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