Many Norwegians’ favorite holidaymakers are seeing a rising trend of infections. In countries such as Portugal, Italy, and Cyprus, you may experience coronary artery strictures.
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You have finally made it to your vacation destination after canceling flights and waiting at the airports. Then you have to deal with coronary artery strictures.
Several countries in Europe are now reporting high infection rates. Many popular holiday destinations.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has predicted a new wave of infections during the summer. This is what the head of the World Health Organization, Hans Kluge, told the AP news agency.
The World Health Organization recorded a tripling in the last month.
The variant that is currently in circulation is the omikron BA4 and BA5. It’s probably one of those you’ll catch on vacation.
For example, if you are going to travel to countries like Cyprus, Italy and Portugal, you will have to pull the mouthpiece again.
Italy: Requirements for face masks
Throughout the summer, and all the way until September, bandages are now required on public transport in Italy.
However, indoors or in social events, it is not necessary to wear a face mask, but there is still a mask recommendation.
Italy has reported more than 600,000 cases in the past week alone. They have seen an increase in infections over the past five weeks. On Tuesday, they reached a peak of more than 100,000 infections.
Note that Italy has some of the strictest isolation rules in Europe:
If you become infected while in the country, you must self-isolate for seven days if you have been fully vaccinated. If not, the isolation period is ten days.
You should also be able to revert to a negative test after the isolation is over. If it is still positive, the isolation period can be up to 21 days.
Cyprus: You can be fined
In April, Cyprus opened its borders to holidaymakers. In June, they removed the face mask requirement. After only one month, you must wear a face mask again on public transport and indoors. This applies to everyone over the age of 12.
If you do not use a face mask, you risk a fine of 300 euros.
Portugal: Tougher in Madeira than the mainland
From last week, bandages should be used in public transport and health institutions, both in Portugal and in Madeira.
In Madeira, bandage requirements also apply at stations and stations, for example at airports and boat stations.
One was also presented recommendation About face masks where it is not possible to stay away from them, for example indoors.
France: the restrictions are falling
Over the past week, nearly 900,000 cases of infection have been reported in France. Since the beginning of July, a recommendation has been made for face masks indoors and at large gatherings. Especially on public transportation and where people congregate.
National restrictions will not be reimposed. A spokeswoman for the French authorities, Olivia Gregoire, told BFMTV on Wednesday last week.
“The French are tired of the restrictions,” she said.
You may still want to check the rules and recommendations in the city you are visiting.
In a holiday favorite Nice, a bandage application has been made for public transport.
Norwegians should not cancel vacation plans
According to Alan Randrup Thomsen, Scandinavians shouldn’t have to worry about traveling this summer. He is a professor of experimental virology at the University of Copenhagen.
– In airports exposed to the highest degree. If you drive yourself, you are a little safer. But he says there is no reason not to go on vacation Danish media.
However, it is important that you pack a face mask and follow the restrictions in the country you are in.
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