A total of 78 people were reported on Sunday night for violating the infection control laws in connection with six parties in Oslo and Bærum.
Just before 2 o’clock, the police moved out to an address in Sogn, after receiving a report.
“When we arrived at the apartment, there were a total of 13 people in one room. All are being reported for violating the Infection Control Act, and 12 of them were expelled from the place,” the police in Oslo informed on Twitter.
Almost an hour later, several patrols were sent to a house in Ullern, following another report.
When the police arrived at the scene, there were 17 people in the place. All were expelled and reported for violating the corona rules.
Shortly after the party at Ullern, a third party at Bislett was interrupted by the police. There were eleven people gathered in one apartment. All of them were also reported and expelled from the location.
At 3:40 AM, the police reacted to a report at Bærums Verk. A total of 12 people were reported and expelled.
“Four people ran from the place without shoes”
At 3:50 AM, the police broke up a party in an apartment in Parkveien. A total of 11 people were reported and expelled.
Just before half-past four on Sunday morning, the police moved out to Konows gate based on a report.
“Four people ran from the place without shoes. They were quickly picked up by the police and taken back to the apartment.
“There were a total of 14 people at the site. Everyone was reported for violating the Infection Control Act, and expelled from the place,” the police noted on Twitter.
It is currently forbidden to both arrange and participate in private gatherings with more than ten people present.
Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews
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