There are still 80,000 unvaccinated people in Oslo. Local authorities aren’t worried

Robert SteenPhoto: Heiko Junge / NTB
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Two weeks after all adults in Oslo have been offered at least one corona vaccine dose, 80,000 people are still unvaccinated in the capital.

Health Councilor Robert Steen (AP) believes that holidays are the main reason why 14% percent of Oslo’s population has still not taken the first vaccine dose, according to the newspaper Avisa Oslo.

Since the vast majority of residents in Oslo have announced that they want to take the vaccine, Steen sees no reason to worry.

“Out of an adult population of around 600,000, 12,000 turned down the offer. That is 2% of the adult population,” Steen noted.

He encouraged all unvaccinated people to get vaccinated.

“No one is safe until as many people as possible have been vaccinated,” Robert Steen told the newspaper.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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