PHOTO: Corona measures in the Norwegian parliament eased – plexiglas removed

Lars Olaf Nygård - Ivar Johansen plexiglassPhoto: Ole Berg-Rusten / NTB
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After the government eased the corona measures, the Norwegian parliament (Storting) has started returning to more normal operations. 

On Monday, the plexiglas in the Storting hall was dismantled.

On February 14, the presidency of the Norwegian parliament approved easing corona measures in the Storting. 

Løvebakken will be open to visitors again, and the face mask requirement when one cannot keep a distance of one meter is being removed.

On Monday, work began on removing the plexiglas, which was installed in the Storting hall last spring. 

Among those who assisted in the work were the Conservative Party’s health policy spokesperson and chair of the Health Committee Tone W. Trøen and operations technician Ivar Johansen.

Source : © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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