The authorities in Denmark said that they had detected 33 cases of the new strain of Coronavirus, spreading rapidly in parts of Britain.
The Danish Serum Institute, which is responsible for controlling infectious diseases in the country, stated in a report published on Wednesday that cases were detected in the Coronavirus tests conducted between November 14 and December 19.
Denmark, the world leader in genome sequencing, analyzed the genetic material in 7805 positive samples during this period, meaning that the new strain was found in 0.4% of cases.
The institute stated that the percentage could change, as only 13.5% of the positive cases have been analyzed.
Like many other countries, Denmark suspended flights from Britain as the new strain of the virus appeared, which is believed to spread faster than other strains.