FHI’s Stoltenberg: There is room for corona relief in Norway now

Camilla StoltenbergPhoto: Terje Pedersen / NTB
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Norway has hesitated to remove infection control measures compared with Sweden and Denmark, but FHI chief Camilla Stoltenberg is now warming up to more relief.

“We have been concerned with having the right balance between the pace of infection spread with a view to being able to handle it. Now we see that things are going well and that there is capacity to handle the challenges we face when it comes to sick leave, pressure on hospitals, and in the health services in the municipalities,” Stoltenberg told Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK).

“Very few people get sick, and with that as a starting point, there is room for further relief in Norway now,” she added.

The government has announced that there will be a new announcement about infection control measures in a “short time.” 

“I expect that it will be in a very short time. They have been fast all the way since they started introducing relief in mid-January,” Stoltenberg added. 

Source : NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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