Bergen’s City Council chief worried about consequences of changes to entry rules: “They change all the time”

Roger ValhammerPhoto: Marit Hommedal / NTB
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The changes in the quarantine rules for fully vaccinated people make City Council chief Roger Valhammer in Bergen worried about the consequences at Flesland and in the Port of Bergen.

“It is about space, test capacity, and quarantine hotels,” Valhammer (AP) told NTB.

From 3 PM, people who have the status of fully vaccinated or who have had coronavirus in the past six months will not have to be quarantined if they have been abroad.

The City Council chief in Bergen wants the government to share information on rule changes with border municipalities within a more reasonable time frame. 

“The rules change all the time. There is no information in advance before a decision is made. Things are introduced and must be carried out. And then the municipalities have to do it almost immediately as it (note: the changes) are announced. That is not good enough,” he said.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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