Solberg to Norwegians: “Don’t count on a holiday abroad this Easter”

Erna SolbergPhoto: Fredrik Hagen / NTB

Prime Minister Erna Solberg (H) told TV 2 that she thinks Norwegians must expect to spend their holidays in Norway this Easter.

Despite the fact that the first corona vaccine was administered in Norway on Sunday, Prime Minister Erna Solberg (H) says that she believes Norwegians must be prepared to spend Easter of 2021 in Norway.

“I think we can hope for a fairly normal summer. At Easter, I think we still have to count on holidays in Norway. 

“I do not think we can all count on being vaccinated (editorial note: by then,” she told the channel.

Solberg added that she also does not think that the countries around Norway will have an infection situation that makes it possible to travel on holidays abroad at Easter.

“The most important thing now is not to relax in the coming months. We must not get a new peak of infection,” she warned.

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