Americans in highly vaccinated states should feel free to live like Danes.

Stop using a mediocre national vaccination rate as an excuse for maintaining onerous measures in your states.

Whenever Nordic countries announce they are lifting all Covid restrictions, some Americans start sulking and basically saying, “Why can’t we have nice things?” They generally point to a somewhat low national vaccination rate — indeed, the U.S. is in a worse place as a whole compared to many other countries — and lament that…

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