V Day moved forward in Denmark

Everyone in Denmark is now expected to have completed their COVID-19 vaccinations by the end of July

With all the vaccine delivery troubles in the EU and the ongoing AstraZeneca vaccine issue, the date for everyone in Denmark to be fully COVID-19 vaccinated has fluctuated in recent weeks.

Now there is a new development as the health authority Sundhedsstyrelsen has moved the date forward by three weeks from mid-August to July 25.

And in its official vaccine calendar, Sundhedsstyrelsen has made a plan for when the younger portion of the population will be vaccinated.

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AstraZeneca back in the mix
The calendar has been updated to show that vulnerable groups will have completed their vaccinations in early April, while the last group to finish will be the 30-34 age group.

Meanwhile, the calendar is back to including the AstraZeneca vaccine as part of its calculations. 

Currently, however, the vaccine is on hold in Denmark until at least March 29.

See the entire calendar here or in the image below.