So far this year, 3,659 new cases of the coronavirus have been registered, according to figures from the National Reporting System for Infectious Diseases (MSIS).
Viken has the most new cases with 1,076, followed by Oslo with 846, Rogaland with 409, and Trøndelag with 333.
In the last 24 hours, 825 corona cases have been registered in Norway.
That is 38 more than the day before and 268 more than the same day last week.
In Oslo, 175 new cases of infection have been registered in the last 24 hours. That is 27 fewer than the day before, but 47 more than the average of the previous seven days.
At the same time, infection rates are falling in larger cities such as Stavanger and Trondheim.
Trondheim and Stavanger
In Trondheim, 21 new corona cases have been registered in the last 24 hours. Furthermore, 23 new cases have been detected in Stavanger.
That is a small increase from the day before when 18 new cases of infection were registered in both cities. In both cities, Friday’s figures are lower than the weekly average, which is 27 in Trondheim and 26 in Stavanger.
The weekly average has also fallen in both cities. Last Friday, the weekly average was 51 in Trondheim and 37 in Stavanger.
In Bergen, 25 new corona-infected people were registered in the last 24 hours. That is ten more than the day before and 12 more than the average last week.
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