On Thursday, a unanimous municipal council in Midtre Gauldal decided to repeal the local corona regulations from May 1.
The municipal council decided to return to the national level of measures, newspaper Trønderbladet writes.
In mid-April, 48 people became infected during an outbreak in the Municipality.
From May 1, Midtre Gauldal will move to the national level because the infection situation has changed. That means that the Municipality will no longer operate at a “red” level in kindergartens and schools.
Change of corona rules
It will also no longer need to ban sports and culture events, insists on mandatory face masks, home office, and an alcohol-serving ban.
Furthermore, the municipal council has adopted five strong recommendations for its inhabitants.
“Remember basic infection control rules and keep at least one meter of distance from others that you don’t interact with, both indoors and outdoors.
“In consultation with the municipalities in the region, unnecessary travel across municipal boundaries is discouraged. Everyone should avoid travel that is not necessary. Travel to work is considered necessary,” the recommendations state.
Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews
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