This new policy is relatively soft: if someone under 50 insists on having some special risk from Covid, they are still allowed to get the booster. But, in a bit of good news, the general public under 50 is NOT offered boosters.
As for the primary series vaccines (which nobody is taking anymore), they will also “not be offered” to the general public:
I would not describe “not offering” as a ban, because some narrow groups of people under-50 can still get Covid vaccines and boosters, but it is great news overall.
Just curious: does Denmark have some information about these boosters that it is not sharing with us, that made it decide against vaccinating and boosting young people?