Norwegian parliament tightens infection rules, recommends MPs wear face masks

Erna Solberg - face maskPhoto: Terje Pedersen / NTB
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The Norwegian parliament (Storting) now recommends that representatives use face masks when it is not possible to maintain a distance of one meter.

The recommendation also applies to the Storting hall when the representatives are in their seats. 

The Storting is also tightening the infection control rules in several other areas.

At physical meetings, as far as possible, a distance of two meters between the participants has to be maintained.

At the same time, all domestic committee trips are canceled until the end of the year. 

Committee trips abroad have long since been canceled.

The Storting will also not accept visits if it’s not necessary for the parliament’s core business.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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