Prime Minister Erna Solberg (H) believes that vaccination against the coronavirus may start during the winter, with a bit of luck.
“If we are lucky, we’ll be able to start with the vaccinations over the winter,” Solberg said during her speech at the Conservative Party’s national conference at Gardermoen on Friday.
“However, it will take time before we have vaccinated enough people for us to live our lives safely, in the way we want.
Until then, we must persevere,” she said.
During her speech at the party conference, Solberg spent a lot of time talking about the coronavirus pandemic.
Today, Norway marks exactly six months since the country shut down to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
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