The number of Omikrons among Louise’s guests will be greater as the remaining samples are still under investigation
The city’s chief medical officer, Tyne Ruffalo, said Saturday that the number of people infected with the COVID-19 virus in Oslo has risen to 100, of which 50 have been confirmed to have the omicron version of the coronavirus.
A party was held for 120 employees of Scatec, a renewable energy company, on November 26. It was in the form of a buffet, after dinner some guests stayed in the nightclub for more fun.
Corona virus at a party in Louise
According to Ravo, the number of Omikrons among Louise’s guests is likely to be higher as the remaining samples are still being tested for this version of the coronavirus.
“All infected people in the building are treated as if they had the Omicron version,” said Line Fuld of the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
Initially, health services reported that 60 people contracted the coronavirus at a party in Louise, including the 13th edition of Omikron.
Omikron also in Bergen and Gardermoen
In Norway, two more cases of Omikron were detected in the municipality of Oygarden near Bergen, and four were found in South African travelers who had landed at Gardermoen Airport near Oslo.
On Saturday, it reported that 4,191 cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Norway in the past 24 hours, the largest number since the start of the pandemic.
As of Friday, travelers entering this country are required to undergo a COVID-19 test at the border (for example at an airport or land border crossing) or within 24 hours of arrival. Before entering, you must register your stay on the site.
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