Norway lifts most of the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic this Saturday

Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg announced this Friday that the authorities will lift most of the restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic this Saturday after 561 days of restrictions.

Among the restrictions that are being lifted are those related to events and gatherings or the disappearance of seats in restaurants.

Norway lifts most of the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic this Saturday
Norway lifts most of the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic this Saturday

Likewise, according to the NRK chain, the Norwegian authorities have also abolished the quarantine requirement. Instead, they recommend unvaccinated people living with someone with COVID-19 to undergo a diagnostic test or isolate themselves, whether or not they have symptoms.

“Now we can live like we did before the pandemic, so to speak,” said Solberg, who influenced COVID-19 to affect society “for the rest of our lives, for better or for worse. Wrongly”. Solberg has pointed out that Norway is reopening thanks to a vaccination that “got the sting out” of COVID-19.

So far, Norway has counted more than 185,000 COVID-19 infections, including 850 deaths from the disease.

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