The Public Health Institute is concerned about increased infection this summer

Director at the Public Health Institute, Camilla StoltenbergDirector at the Public Health Institute, Camilla Stoltenberg.Photo: Fredrik Hagen / NTB scanpix
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Summer events and increased attendance at dining places make the Public Health Institute (FHI) concerned about the flare-up of local coronavirus outbreaks, according to the ninth risk assessment from FHI which was published on Thursday.

“We fear that mass contamination may give rise to significant local outbreaks. Such events can lead to differences in prevalence in the country. As previously announced, it is necessary to monitor the situation closely in the future now that we are opening up society,” says Camilla Stoltenberg, director at FHI.

She points out that although the likelihood and risk of spreading in Norway is now considered moderate, a new national wave must be planned for.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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