Medicine / Health, Disease | Solberg: Delta variant could delay reopening

Prime Minister Erna Solberg (H) believes that reopening Norway due to the delta virus may be a little slower than planned.

“But I don’t think it’s necessary to go back,” Solberg told NTB.

– But the Delta virus is already affecting some of the things we do, and it also points to stricter border measures.

With every step we take, we need to think more deeply about how quickly we can open new slots.

Solberg said the government’s goal is to vaccinate as many people as possible so that people are protected before the delta variant becomes dominant in Norway.

A risk report published by the National Institute of Public Health on Saturday indicates that the alternative could take over Norway in the summer. FHI Director Camilla Stoltenberg says Norway is better equipped for competition than we were in the Alpha variant.

It also appears that the delta variant of the coronavirus is not spreading as quickly as Norway fears, according to FHI’s director of FHI.

“Delta didn’t take on the job as quickly as Alpha did,” Fuld told TV 2:

Health authorities came out early and warned that the delta variant would become dominant in Norway. This has not happened yet.

(© NTB)

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