The Scandinavians put the bandages away and the scale was no longer valid. But in the rest of the world, completely different rules apply.
The reopening of Norway on September 25 was a historic event. Almost all coronary strictures have been removed. The exception is entry restrictions, which will be removed gradually.
Norway is simply back to normal. Denmark and Sweden did the same. Denmark exited for the first time, on September 10, while Sweden followed on September 29, the two northern neighbors.
The main reason that Scandinavia has been able to reopen society is the high vaccination rate. 91 percent of everyone over the age of 16 has received at least one dose of the vaccine in Norway. 67 percent of the population, including all children, have been fully vaccinated. This number is rising, as more young people will receive their second dose soon.
Scandinavia also controls the number of coronary heart patients in hospitals.
But the Scandinavian normal is a far cry from normal in large parts of the world. Norway, Sweden and Denmark have become different countries in the context of Corona.
Admittedly, health authorities still recommend washing your hands often, staying home and testing for symptoms of respiratory illness. You should remain in isolation if you have been diagnosed with covid-19.
However, many foreigners who come to Norway and other Scandinavian countries will experience this part of the world as different.
Here is a review of how the Scandinavian countries stand out:
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