Fully vaccinated people in Norway will receive some relief privately, but must, for the time being, follow the same advice and rules as everyone else in the public sphere.
The information was announced at a press conference on Wednesday.
“Fully vaccinated (people) can have close contact with other fully vaccinated (people) and fully vaccinated (people) in the risk group.
“Fully vaccinated (people) can have close contact with unvaccinated people who are not in the risk group,” Minister of Health Bent Høie (H) said.
According to him, there may eventually be further relief for fully vaccinated people who have received a vaccine certificate.
In the public space, for the time being, the same advice and rules apply to everyone.
Same rules apply in public
“Among other people in the public space, vaccinated people must follow advice and rules such as keeping distance, the number of people, hygiene, and face masks, Høie said.
He pointed out that it is also possible for vaccinated people to become infected with COVID-19 and that it is possible for vaccinated people to infect others.
At the same time, it is difficult for other people to know who has been vaccinated and who has not.
Høie also emphasized that fully vaccinated people should still keep a reasonable distance from unvaccinated people in risk groups with whom they do not live.
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