The Norwegian Directorate of Health wrote in its recommendation submitted to the Ministry of Health and Care Services (HOD) on Wednesday 1 September that it is recommending a postponement of Phase 4 in the reopening process.
The Norwegian Directorate of Health does not recommend changing the content of Step 3 or 4 now.
“The overall goal now is to reduce the spread of infection and keep the disease burden low until 90% of the population aged 18 years or over are vaccinated with two doses. It is ambitious to have this completed within 4-6 weeks,” the recommendation stated. To the Norwegian Directorate of Health.
Please check the third dose
The Norwegian Directorate of Health also reports that a number of countries are now offering their populations a third dose of the vaccine.
On the basis of the development, the Norwegian Directorate of Health has recommended that the Ministry of Health request an early investigation of a possible third vaccine dose in Norway as well, the report states.
The Norwegian Directorate of Health also recommends that more people open at events with a grain certificate and designated permanent places. This means that it can be submitted before moving on to Step 4.
The Norwegian Directorate of Health wrote that it supports the FHI that the increase in infections we have seen in the past week is unfortunate.
“The current increase in the epidemic is dishonest, and will continue to require close monitoring by municipalities and government agencies,” they wrote.
The Norwegian Directorate of Health stresses that there is currently no imminent risk of hospital overcrowding.
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