By Sara Miller Llana,
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen secured the trust and love of her people.
As Denmark entered one of Europe’s first lockdowns in mid-March, the nation’s youngest-ever prime minister sang ’80s pop while washing dishes in her kitchen on live TV.
She held press conferences with children and sealed her stature as a caring leader by acknowledging the vulnerability of seniors as the country began easing restrictions.
“We are asking the weakest to be the strongest right now,” she told the nation. “And that is a tough request.”
Denmark is considered to have waged one of Europe’s most successful battles against the first wave of the coronavirus; it has recorded 616 deaths. But Ms. Frederiksen revealed in June that she hardly had the answers.
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