Norway’s Viken and Vestland counties labeled as “red” on EU risk map

ECDC corona risk map 12112020Photo: ECDC
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In addition to Oslo, Viken and Vestland counties have now become “red” on the European infection control agency ECDC’s risk map.

The three counties that are now “red” in Norway all have over 150 infected per 100,000 inhabitants in the last two weeks, according to ECDC’s updated map on Thursday.

The newspaper VG first reported the updated risk map.

The European Infection Control Agency updates its figures weekly. 

They assess the number of infected per week, the proportion of positive tests, and how many people are being tested.

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