The Directorate of Health believes that ski resorts in Norway should be allowed to stay open

Hemsedal ski centerPhoto: Halvard Alvik / NTB
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The Norwegian Directorate of Health believes that the country’s ski resorts should be allowed to stay open but encourages the registration of guests and keeping a good distance from others in all situations.

“The guests must be informed that information is stored for ten days,” the Norwegian Directorate of Health noted.

The Directorate also wrote that arrangements must be made so that people can keep a distance of one meter from each other. 

Ski resorts should also pay special attention to areas where congestion can occur. 

Furthermore, hand hygiene measures should be in place, and the venue should be cleaned frequently, especially when it comes to often used contact points.

Source: #Norway Today, #NorwayTodayNews

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