So far, Norway has deported 6,044 people in 2020

Airplane aircraftPhoto: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB
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A total of 6,044 people have been deported from Norway in the first nine months of the year. Out of the total, 4,459 people were deported in accordance with the Infection Control Act.

The police deported 457 people in September of 2020. Out of all the deportations in September, 323 people have been deported in accordance with the Infection Control Act, new figures from the Police’s Immigration Unit show.

With that, a total of 6,044 people have been sent out of the country so far this year. 

In the same period last year, a total of 3,195 people had been forcibly deported by the police.

A total of 74% of all deportations in 2020 was carried out in accordance with the Infection Control Act.

The police’s immigration unit continuously updates the figures. 

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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