The Nordic Exchange welcomes Danske Lægers Vaccinations Service to First North

Trading in Danske Lægers Vaccinations Service (DLVS) shares will commence today on First North in Denmark. Including DLVS, First North now comprises 73 companies in Sweden and Denmark and DLVS is the 8th new company in Denmark this year.

DLVS is the biggest supplier of vaccinations against influenza and when travelling abroad. Since 1998 the company has vaccinated around 1.2 million people and held over 12,000 vaccination events. The company employs 250 doctors and nurses, who vaccinate all over Denmark. DLVS takes care of 32 % of the free influenza vaccinations taking place.

The number of people getting vaccinated against influenza is rising, but is still fairly low in Denmark compared to other countries. In Canada and USA, 35 % and 30 % of the population get vaccinated against influenza, whereas it is still only 13 % in Denmark.

”We are happy to welcome Danske Lægers Vaccinations Service to First North. DLVS will become the thirty-eighth new company on First North this year and is yet another important contribution to the Healthcare sector,” says Jan Ovesen, President OMX Nordic Exchange in Copenhagen.

Schrøder, Lucas& Partnere is Approved Adviser for Danske Lægers Vaccinations Service.

A round lot of shares in Danske Lægers Vaccinations Service, whose short name is DLVS, amounts to 2,000. The company is registered under the Healthcare sector.

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