Norway’s health institute wants to test everyone at selected workplaces in Oslo, such as Ikea and Ringnes

IKEAPhoto: Trond Reidar Teigen / NTB
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The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (FHI) wants to offer testing to everyone at certain workplaces in Oslo, according to Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK).

Oslo is currently at the forefront of the country when it comes to registered infection cases of COVID-19, and the FHI is concerned about hidden infection in the capital.

In a letter to Oslo, the FHI, therefore, proposes systematic voluntary testing as a measure. 

Such testing could take place in occupational groups with a lot of infection, in schools and in large workplaces in Oslo that do not have home office for employees implemented.

According to NRK, the FHI mentioned several examples of such workplaces, including Ringnes, Ikea, Posten, and Oslo Sporveier.

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