Several young people in Bærum and Oslo reported due to parties on Friday night

Norwegian policePhoto: Heiko Junge / NTB
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The police have reported several party participants in Bærum and Oslo for violating infection control rules on Saturday night. The police also had to intervene in Agder.

The police intervened and stopped a party at Bekkestua in Bærum in Viken just after 11:00 PM on Friday night, the Oslo Police District informed on Twitter.

The 23 young party participants, aged 15–16, were all reported for violating the infection control rules.

In Bærum, a maximum of ten people are allowed at private gatherings. The Municipality registered 19 new cases of infection in the last 24 hours.

Parties in Agder and Oslo

The police in Agder report that they ended a party in Tvedestrand just after midnight, where 12-13 young people aged 18-19 were gathered. It is not yet stated whether they will also be reported.

Tvedestrand Municipality follows national guidelines, which recommend that people don’t have visits from more than five guests.

The police also stopped a party in Mandal.

The Oslo police announced at 4 o’clock that they had to end a student party at Blindern earlier in the night. There, eleven party participants were reported for violating the infection control rules.

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

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