The coronavirus, Oslo municipality | This is how the infection...

City councilor Raymond Johansen holds a press conference at 13.00.

129 new infections have been registered in Oslo in the last 24 hours, a decrease of 32 cases from the previous day. It shows updated infection figures from Oslo municipality.

A total of 1456 new cases of infection have now been registered in Oslo in the last 14 days.

Oslo Municipality and the City Council will hold a press conference on corona measures on Friday at 13.00. You can follow the broadcast directly in the video window.

– Not just a charity event anymore

City councilor Raymond Johansen has announced that the city council will tighten, as also Prime Minister Erna Solberg called for on Thursday:

– The infection situation is serious in Europe, and we are now seeing a sharp increase in infection in Norway as well. The City Council will therefore tighten further in Oslo, says Raymond Johansen according to a press release from Oslo Municipality.

He says the city council is assessing the measures against the recommendations made by the government.

– At the same time, it is very important that each and every one of us takes responsibility. This is not just a charity event anymore, this is serious. In the coming weeks, we must stay as much as possible at home and in the neighborhood, and limit social gatherings and travel to a minimum, the city council leader continues.

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NEW MEASURES: City Councilor Raymond Johansen (Labor Party) has called for a new press conference on coronation measures in Oslo on Friday and warns that there will be new austerity measures.
Photo: Fredrik Hagen (NTB)

Stoves with the highest infection pressure

Stovner is the district with the most registered infected in relation to the population. 127 infected people have been registered there in the last two weeks, which means 381.2 new infected people per 100,000 inhabitants. Then comes the district Søndre Nordstrand with 142 infected, which means 363.5 infected per 100,000 inhabitants.

Nordre Aker is the district with the fewest registered infected in relation to the population. There have been 51 registered infections in the last two weeks, which means 97.5 new cases of infection per 100,000 inhabitants. The district Østensjø has the second fewest with 59 cases of infection, which means 116.1 new cases of infection per 100,000 inhabitants.

Most people in the age group 20–29 are still infected, with 359 cases in the last two weeks. In the age group 30 to 39 years, 288 cases of infection have been reported.

There are slightly more men (727) than women (683) who are registered as infected.

The table shows cases of infection per district in Oslo in the last 14 days as of 6 November.
Photo: (Nettavisen)

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