A group on Facebook is trying to sabotage efforts against the pandemic with vaccines and testing, the Danish health minister wrote.
Magnus Heunicke launched a powerful ointment against Corona groups on Facebook, in a Facebook posts The second Christmas day.
He does it after an online newspaper Buff International I wrote how the “Digital Civil Disobedience” group encouraged people to book a vaccine and test classes, so they wouldn’t show up. The group has more than 1500 members.
– The Minister of Health wrote that this is very unsympathetic and completely destructive to Denmark’s efforts.
It is not clear whether the sabotage attempt was successful. Health districts have not yet commented on this issue.
Asks for a joint fight
The Facebook group in question wrote that it is calling for a common struggle to reopen the community.
The means that the group will use to achieve what has been reached with the minister himself, which are the violating agreements. When the minister can break the agreement on the agreement, so can the residents, as stated in the information about the group.
Group founder Kenneth Hojmark Beck confirmed to Dane TV2 That the members booked an appointment and deliberately not to attend.
– I made this set because I have a child. It should not be left to a future as it must be forcibly vaccinated twice a year, says Højmark Bæk.
will take root
It is not necessary to get the vaccine in Denmark, because it is not in Norway, but the founder of the group says that the population is under pressure to get the vaccine.
Hyunick writes that vaccination and testing efforts have contributed to fewer deaths in Denmark from the epidemic than in other countries.
“A few selfish people and conspiracy theories should not be allowed to destroy our Danish efforts, which have taken us so far through this difficult time,” Hyunick wrote.
As for POV, Hyunick says the government will, if necessary, take action against these groups.
He did not specify what kind of action the government could take against these groups.
Assistant Director of Health Espen Rostrup Nakstad recently put up an online meeting at Nettavisen:
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