In response to the COVID19 crisis, the Danish Government has published data and statistics on a daily basis.
The Danish Government has launched COVIDmeter early april 2020. COVIDmeter is an standardized questionnaire based on the user’s consent obtained in accordance with GDPR. The questionnaire contains questions regarding general health and infection status.
Statens Serum Institut (SSI) uses data to monitor the the evolution of symptoms among the Danish people.
Data is pseudonyomized and only used in aggregated form - and stored 2 years at the SSI. Citizens provide data (user iden...
The Danish government is developing a COVID-19 infection tracing app based on the Google/Apple-solution and Bluetooth. The development completely follows the recommendations of the EU Commission and the Danish app strengthens the possibility for interoperability. The new app is planned to be used in the government's reopening strategy.
- Create citizen awareness of number of contacts
- Establish overview of contact patterns
- Notify citizens who have ...
The Danish parliament has made a number of adaptations to their parliamentary activity (see: Response to ECPRD request 4354, Adjustment of Parliamentary activity to Covid-19 outbreak, 20 March 2020).
The Danish government has recommended that no more than ten people assemble in Denmark. In light of that fact, the Speaker of the Danish Parliament has made the following decisions with regard to voting in the Danish
• When a call to vote in the Chamber is played...
Denmark is one of the world’s most digitized countries, acknowledged for its cooperation between academia, NGOs and the public and private sectors. We are inviting tech entrepreneurs, social workers, teachers, NGOs, public sector employees, companies, students, retirees – basically everyone in Denmark and abroad who want to help us identify and solve challenges that are appearing during the COVID-19 crisis.
The idea was to search for ideas with a special focus on containment of cor...
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