Seven out of ten believe that lifting the cabin ban is justified

Traditional Norwegian Easter on the rise maundy ThursdayEaster holiday in the mountains. Cabin in beautiful winter landscape..Photo: Sara Johannessen / SCANPIX
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This week, the government announced that the much-disputed cabin ban will be lifted as of April 20. Seven out of ten believe it is justifiable that the ban will be removed.

This is stated in a web survey conducted by Ipsos on 8-9 April. 529 people participated in the survey.

73 per cent say they think it is justifiable to lift the cabin ban, which has generated considerable debate in the population in recent weeks.

“It will no longer be punishable to stay at the cabin, but it is still a national recommendation to avoid leisure travel,” said Health Minister Bent Høie (Høyre) on Tuesday this week.

A survey conducted by Kantar for TV 2 last week showed that 86.5 per cent of those surveyed supported the cabin ban.

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