Denmark became The first country in Europe to unveil plans to offer a fourth dose of a COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, as the country looks to combat the rise in coronavirus infections globally, despite a lack of evidence for the effectiveness of additional doses. Let’s turn to the extra jab.
Danish Health Minister Magnus Hunicke said during a Danish-language press conference on Wednesday that the country would roll out a fourth jab for its “most vulnerable citizens”. translated by Reuters,
Chile and Israel are the only other countries to announce fourth shots, which have already begun to be administered to eligible populations in both countries.
Hunicke did not say which Danish citizens would be eligible for the fourth dose or when the rollout for the jab would begin. according to Reuters,