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Uses Norway as an example of horror: - We should not do like Oslo

Uses Norway as an example of horror: – We should not do like Oslo

Fully vaccinated sweaters can now return to daily life with almost no restrictions. Johann Styrot, chief physician at Tandroot Hospital, is worried that the Swedish reopening will be similar to the Norwegian.

– I saw horror scenes of people from Norway hugging each other as they danced and sang at the table, Styrat tells TV2.

Connected: Chief Physician Johann Strait believes there is not enough capacity to get another wave. Photo: Anders Wickland / DT

The boss believes it is important not to put too much pressure on Swedish hospitals, and recommends that everyone keep their distance.

– Maybe we should have been a little more open, but I understand we’re tired of the restrictions, he says.

In Sweden, 17 percent are not vaccinated. Styrud worries about them, especially in areas with low vaccination rates.

– If you have not been vaccinated, you should not be contacted again, says a senior official.

Usually with dinner

Line Vault, director of the department at the National Institute of Public Health, thinks Styrot’s prototype is “a bit strange.”

Infection prevention

Infection protection: Line Vault emphasizes that the advice to stay home when you are sick and to test for symptoms still applies Photo: Trolls Agatel / TV2

– As we reopen, the meter rule no longer applies and people can behave the same way they did before the outbreak, Volt says.

He points out that celebration is part of a normal community:

– Congratulations on re-opening the Sweaters!

Well fitted: Espen Rostrup Naxstat believes Norway is still one of the best prepared countries.

Well fitted: Espen Rostrup Naxstat believes Norway is still one of the best prepared countries. Photo: Ole Berg Ruston

Espen Rostrup Naxstad, assistant director at the Norwegian Directorate of Health, believes the reopening of Norway is no different from other countries.

– Above all, we are in countries that have been waiting a long time to reopen, and we are ready to deal with waves of new epidemics, says Nuxstad.

Prepared

The Swedish industry association Visita says the hospitality industry in Sweden is ready to cater to hungry Swedes. It was after a long operation.

Don-Aria Sukuri, communications consultant at Wisita, confirms that they too have seen the conditions for reopening in Norway this weekend.

– Many in the industry saw what went wrong in Oslo and learned from our Norwegian neighbors.

Lessons learned, Sukuri says they have no special new activities, but he expects long queues.

– About time

For many sweaters, this is the day they have been waiting for so long.

– It feels right, and I look forward to being social with others who have been fully vaccinated, says Jonas Headstrom for TV2.

Happy: Jonas Headstrom is excited to be able to go to sporting events with full events

Happy: Jonas Headstrom is glad to be able to go to sporting events with full stands

Headstrom did not worry that reopening would be confusing.

– That risk is always there, but in Sweden everything is relatively open so I don’t think there will be much pressure, he says.

– would be confusing

Annabella says it is fully packed this summer and fears reopening will lead to chaos.

– You can easily have some controls and wait a while to open, Annabella tells TV2.

Chaos' fears: Annabella thinks the Swedish government will have to wait a while for it to reopen

Fear Case: Annabella thinks the Swedish government will have to wait a while for it to reopen

He believes there are many who have not been vaccinated.

– There is a lot of infection here and everyone should go and get vaccinated to help the community, especially the elderly and the sick, says Annabella.

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