The number of coronavirus infection cases in Oslo increased by 55 from Tuesday to Wednesday, updated figures from the Oslo Municipality show.
Only one district is below the “red” level limit, while 14 are now considered “red.”
The increase in the infection rate is the second-highest Oslo has registered in a single day during the last two weeks.
The Vestre Aker district is the only district where the infection is below 20 per 100,000 people.
In large parts of the capital, the infection is now significantly higher.
St. Hanshaugen, Gamle Oslo, Sagene, and Stovner all have over 100 infected per 100,000.
Most cases of infection still occur in the age group 20–29 years.
On Monday, the City of Oslo introduced stricter infection control measures in an attempt to stem the increased spread of the virus in the city.