Norwegian life returns to “normal”

Most COVID-19 restrictions lifted; travel restrictions still in place FRAZER NORWELL The Local On Sept. 24, Prime Minister Erna Solberg announced that beginning Sept. 25 at  4 p.m., most of the final remaining national COVID-19  measures in Norway would be dropped and life would return to normal with “increased preparedness.” “Now we can live almost as we did before the pandemic hit us. I do not think everything will be as before. I think the coronavirus will affect us for the rest of our lives, for better or worse. We have learned how vulnerable we are and how much we can achieve when we stand together,” Solberg said at a press conference. The decision to
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