This was confirmed by Assistant Director of Health Espen Rostrop Nakstad to TV 2.
Most of them will help form the basis for further tackling of government issues, he says.
Rostrup Nakstad says mission responses influence all measures in place today, and possible ways forward.
“We think there is room for more comfort in the future, but we can’t say anything more detailed until the government deals with this,” he said.
Rostrap Nakstad stresses that they are constantly sending professional recommendations to the Ministry of Health and Care Services, and that they will continue to do so in the coming days.
The government announced a new assessment of the remaining measures before February 17, but it also said that this could happen before.
– It will happen very quickly
On Wednesday, Minister of State at the Ministry of Health and Welfare Services, Ole Henrik Kratt Björkholt, said that once they received professional advice from the Norwegian Directorate of Health and the National Institute of Health, they would immediately begin work on evaluating the measures to be applied in the future.
– The Secretary of State said that it will happen very quickly.
The remaining procedures are the counter, the use of masks, the test, and the requirements for isolation for a period of four days in case of infection.
Request to remove isolation requirements
Several have recently argued that the government should remove the isolation requirement for asymptomatic infected people. These include Bergen’s chief emergency room physician, Trond Inselseth, and Bergen health advisor Pete Hausa.
– Now we are there. Healthy people should be allowed to go to work. There are a small number of detainees in the hospital, and the corona is not as serious as it was before, Hausa told TV 2 on Wednesday.
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