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On the map above, you can swipe up to see how the colors have changed in the past week.
The map shows that Sweden is going from green to orange. Iceland and neighboring Finland do the same. Areas north of Denmark turned from orange to red.
It could mean quarantine upon entering Norway, if the government decides to follow the infection map. We’ll find out tomorrow. No new rules apply from night until next Monday.
Sweden has seen 59 new infections per 100,000 in the past two weeks. In Finland, the number is just under 130. In Iceland, 385 new cases have been reported per 100,000 in the past 14 days.
Here you can read Information from the authorities about exemptions from quarantine hotels and who is considered protected.
More changes in Europe
Norway: Møre og Romsdal, Agder, Troms and Finnmark go from green to orange
Island: turns from orange to red
Italy: Tuscany and Marche go from orange to red
France: Except for two regions in southern France, the southern part of France turns dark red, and to the north in the country, several regions turn red.
Spain: The country is now dark red, with the exception of the Asturias region in the north.
Holland: turns from dark red to red.
Hellas: Many carrots are now red. Among them are Chios and Lesvos.
In all, there were stricter travel advice for the 36 EU regions.
Green loss limits are related to the number of affected countries recorded in the last 14 days. This number is distributed by the population. Specifically, the number of infected people in the past two weeks was per 100,000 inhabitants.
One limit goes at 50 infected. Another limit goes to 75 patients. The reason for having a binomial is that the proportion of positive samples is also included in the evaluation.
If the result is positive over the past two weeks on average between 1 and 4 percent of samples, the country is green until it reaches 50 cases.
If the average of the samples in the past 14 days is less than one percent, the green color does not fade until the number of infected reaches 75.
New travel tips Friday
Last week, the government decided to make changes to entry restrictions and quarantine requirements for several regions in the Nordic region, many countries in Europe, and some third countries. Decisions were based in part on the Centre’s decisions.
Iceland, Italy and San Marino have imposed entry restrictions and entry quarantines. France turned from orange to red.
On Wednesday, Assistant Director of Health Espen Rostrup Nakstad came out and said we’re on our way to Fourth wave of infection.
Tomorrow the government will release travel advice for the next week.
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