OSLO: The Norwegian government on Saturday announced a crackdown against the toughest sanctions in the capital since last March after discovering a different state of the British coronavirus in a retirement home.
Only essential shops can remain open and municipalities will be allowed to close primary schools and hold secondary education on distance learning. People are being told to limit movement and not eat outside their families.
“We are taking the toughest measures in 10 districts since last March,” Health Minister Bennett Hui said at a press conference. “In some places, we are going even further than in March.” “It will make the daily lives of many people difficult,” he added.
All public events inside and outside the home, except for the funeral, have been canceled. Restaurant services will be limited. The measures will remain in effect until at least January 31, after a British difference was identified in a house in Nordry Follow, 30 km from Oslo.
The Public Health Institute said on Friday that two pensioners over the age of 90 died at home with the variable. A total of 22 employees and 12 retirees have been diagnosed with the corona virus at home, but it remains to be seen if they have a different condition.
Authorities have so far failed to identify the cluster or its connection to the UK. “We are doing everything we can to prevent this with strong measures so that control can be achieved quickly and the toughest measures can be taken,” the minister said.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Friday that the virus strain, which has spread to Britain and beyond, could be more deadly and more contagious. Tensions have also spread to more than 60 nations – including China, where the epidemic began more than a year ago. Meanwhile, Sri Lanka’s health minister, who has publicly endorsed magic and sorcery to stem the rising Corona virus infection on the island, has experimented. Positive and isolated. Authorities said Saturday. Pavitra Vanyarachi publicly practiced and endorsed the magic potion, which was later revealed to have been developed by a magician who claimed to have performed a lifelong vaccination against the virus.
In November, a self-styled theologian told him it would end the epidemic, after which he poured a vessel of “blessed” water into a river. The island nation of 21 million people on Friday approved the emergency use of a vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University just hours after testing positive for venereal, officials said.
“His antigen test came positive on Friday and he has been asked to disassociate himself,” a health ministry official said. “All of his immediate contacts have been disconnected.” A junior minister, who also took popular medicine through Vanarchachi, tested positive for the virus earlier this week.
Doctors on the island nation say there is no scientific basis for the syrup, and there is no known cure for Covid 19. But thousands of people, through a carpenter, protested against the mass ban on a village swamp in central Sri Lanka, which was made by carpenter Dhamika Bandara.
Another politician’s family, from the village of Bandra, also became infected after drinking the syrup. Pro-government media widely publicized the holy man, who claimed that the formula was revealed by the Hindu goddess Kali of death and destruction.
But since then, the government has distanced itself from Bandra, the preparation of which was officially approved by the Indigenous Medicines Unit as a food supplement. Sri Lanka has been hit by a corona virus, with the number of cases and deaths rising to 3,300 and 13 in early October, compared to about 57,000 infections and 278 deaths this week.