Norway lifts all quarantine restrictions

Norway, having vaccinated 76% of the population, abandons quarantine

The authorities announced that the country can forget about social distancing and return to normal life.

The Norwegian authorities will cancel the quarantine rules and restrictions that were in force in the country during the pandemic starting next Saturday. On Friday, September 24, reports Reuters.

For example, Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg announced that social distancing will no longer be required, nightclubs can reopen, and restaurants can return to work.

“It has been 561 days since we introduced the toughest measures in Norway in peacetime … Now it’s time to get back to normal daily life,” she said.

The move is part of a four-phase plan to lift restrictions imposed at the start of the pandemic in 2020. However, this last step was postponed several times due to the incidence rate.

“In short, we can now live as usual,” Solberg said.

At the same time, according to the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, about 76% of all Norwegians received at least one dose of the vaccine, and 67% of the population is fully vaccinated.

Recall, the day before it was reported that Portugal lifted almost all quarantine restrictions… At the moment, 83.4% of the total population has been vaccinated in the country.

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