Infection in Trondheim remains high: 140 new cases registered

St Olav hospitalPhoto: Gorm Kallestad / NTB

A total of 140 new corona infection cases have been registered in Trondheim in the last 24 hours. That is 78 fewer than on Wednesday when a new daily infection record was set.

Out of the total, 97 infected people are under 20 years of age. 31 of these are under ten years old, Trondheim Municipality stated on Thursday.

Trondheim Municipality has high infection rates, which peaked on Wednesday when 218 people were registered as infected – a new record in the Municipality.

On Tuesday, the Municipality issued a recommendation on the use of face masks in public places where it is not possible to keep at least one meter of distance from others.

The Municipality states that they have now reached the national goal of having 90% of the adult population vaccinated.

St. Olav’s hospital in Trondheim had eleven hospitalized corona patients on Thursday. One of the patients is in the intensive care unit, on a respirator.

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

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