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City councilor Raymond Johansen tightens his grip on Oslo as a result of a growing infection.
At midnight, 19,068 infected people were registered in the country, preliminary data show. The daily increase of 403 is the second largest during the pandemic.
In Oslo, 102 infections were registered in the last 24 hours, and capital accounts for a third of all registered infections in Norway. Therefore, Oslo is now also introducing the most stringent measures since the start of the pandemic.
The measures were announced on Monday and will take effect at 12:00.
Here are the new measures in Oslo:
Mandatory for face masks in public areas (stores, shopping centers) where a distance of at least 1 meter cannot be kept.
A home office order and a requirement for all employers to document that employees are advised that they must have a home office whenever possible.
Contact with others
The number of contacts per week should not exceed 10 people in social contexts, apart from household members and pre-school and school cohorts.
Stop at the entrance to nightclubs at 10 PM.
Mandatory for bandages in the restaurant premises for employees and guests in all situations where you are not sitting at the table.
The restriction of participants at all closed events without permanent seating is reduced from 50 to 20 people.
At the same time, previous activities are being continued in Oslo.
New measures entered into force in Bergen yesterday evening
New coronation measures in Bergen took effect last night, and several of them concern restaurants.
One measure is that the noise level in nightclubs must not be higher than that for guests to have a conversation within a meter.
In addition, people are required to wear face masks when they are not seated at a restaurant table if they cannot keep one meter away.