Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Norway coronavirus death toll is 233



Norway's Coronavirus Covid-19 death toll has reached 233. Norway has total confirmed virus cases of 8,267.

During the Coronavirus Covid-19 Pandemic, Norway is making a plan for reopening the economy. There is a partial reopening of some businesses in the region.

Norway’s plan includes steps already in place for employees, such as wearing face masks and other personal protective equipment, enhanced cleaning and disinfecting practices and a screening process, among other precautions. Employers are responsible for protecting their employees.

Total Global Confirmed Cases: 4,897,492

Countries with most cases:

1,528,568 USA
299,941 Russia
271,885 Brazil
250,138 United Kingdom
232,037 Spain
226,699 Italy
180,933 France
177,778 Germany
151,615 Turkey
124,603 Iran
106,475 India
99,483 Peru
84,063 China
80,493 Canada

1 comment:

  1. Norway, Russia border closed for normal traffic until at least August 20

    Norway’s closed borders to foreign nationals will apply until August 20th, but a special law certainly might keep non-Nordic borders closed until January 1, 2021.

    There is almost no traffic over the land border after both Russian and Norwegian officials in March decided to create strict entry and exit control following the Coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak. Only diplomats, truck-drivers, and a few crew members on fishing vessels are exempted from the strict travel ban.

    This news article is pretty interesting:
    https://thebarentsobserver.com/en/borders-civil-society-and-media/2020/05/norway-russia-border-could-be-closed-normal-traffic-until

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