The large shopping malls and shops in Oslo must be closed. But the city council will evaluate whether they can open many businesses next week.
The case is being updated…
-City Councillor Raymond Johansen said on Tuesday that today we proposed a plan to reopen Oslo.
Today, the reopening plan introduces the first step, namely:
The city council leader announced that next week the city council will assess whether Oslo can implement the second step, which is the opening of the city council:
The person in charge of the city council pointed out that the content and implementation time of each restart step will be continuously evaluated based on the infection situation.
-We can’t say too much about time. Among other things, it will be subject to infection control.
In the third step, the City Council will consider:
In the fourth step, the City Council will consider:
In the fifth step, the City Council will consider:
According to the municipality’s own figures, 141 new cases of coronavirus infection were registered in Oslo on Monday. The average number of infections in the last 7 days was 130, 11 more than the average. Since March 28, the infection trend in Oslo has been flat or declining.
City Councillor Raymond Johansen introduced the corona situation in Oslo at a press conference on Tuesday.
It pointed out that the people of Oslo still have to wait to go to restaurants to eat and drink. If possible, the city council will consider it next week. Since November, the beer taps in the capital have been closed, and since the beginning of March, the restaurant has only been open for takeaway.
The large shopping malls and shops in Oslo still have to wait to open their doors.