Status reports on coronavirus measures
29 October: New Corona regulations approved in Oslo
Press release: The City Government approved changes in the regulations to prevent Corona infections in Oslo. The changes in regulations were announced on Monday and they aim to prevent increased infection spreading through reduced social contact.
30. October 2020
26 october: Oslo City Government is asking everyone to limit social contact to a minimum
Press release: Oslo City Government will introduce new measures to prevent spreadning of the Corona virus. The measures should prevent Oslo ending up the same situation as other European cities.
27. October 2020
8 October: The government’s lifting of Corona-virus measures will not happen in Oslo
Press release: – We must have stricter regulations in Oslo than the rest of the country. We can’t allow any of the measures to be lifted in Oslo, which the government is opening up for in the rest of the country, said Governing Mayor Raymond Johansen (Labour).
9. October 2020
28 September: The City Government has introduced new measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus
Press release: The City Government has made the use of face-masks on public transport compulsory, events with more than 50 people in places without fixed seating indoors are no longer allowed, and it is now compulsory to register guests at restaurants and pubs.
29. September 2020
25 September: – Take the corona City Code with you for the Autumn break
Press release: Governing Mayor Raymond Johansen (Labour) advised everyone to take the corona City Code with them during the Autumn break, and gave notice that new and stronger measures will be considered in the week ahead.
28. September 2020
22 September: A legal regulation for maximum 10 people in private gatherings was confirmed today
At yesterday’s press conference (21st September), the Governing Mayor Raymond Johansen (Labour) announced that any gathering of more than 10 people in a private home will be prohibited.
23. September 2020
18 September: Stronger measures will be considered
Press release: The levels of infection in Oslo have doubled during the past week. «We are concerned about the development of infections in Oslo, and are following the situation closely. Depending on how things develop in the days ahead, we will consider implementing new and stronger measures already next week», said Governing Mayor Raymond Johansen (Labour).
18. September 2020