Bergen will remove its local anti-coronavirus measures that have been in force since September 8 at midnight.
The infection situation has improved, and the local authorities believe that measures can be loosened somewhat.
“The City Council does not consider it appropriate to extend the local corona regulations, and they will therefore cease when they expire at midnight,” City Council leader Roger Valhammer (AP) stated at a press conference on Tuesday afternoon.
Last week, there has been a downward infection trend, reinforcing the infection trend from the week before, Valhammer said.
On Tuesday, six new cases of infection were registered in Bergen.
None have an unknown route of transmission.
In total, Bergen has registered 1,428 cases of coronavirus infection cases since the outbreak started in Norway.
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