Today I saw some butterflies 🦋 and some bees 🐝 around #Oslo 🇳🇴
Surely that means spring is finally here? 🐣
Our friends at @kommune have announced NO MORE THAN 2 VISITORS AT HOME and that KIDS WILL BE HOMESCHOOLED.
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You should wear masks indoors (supermarkets and shops) when you can't keep more than 1 meter apart.
💼 If it's possible to work from home, then work from home.
👬 You should not hang out with more than ten different people in a week.
For the full details, see the #Oslo Kommune website: https://www.oslo.kommune.no/politikk/byradet/pressemeldinger/26-oktober-byradet-ber-befolkningen-begrense-sosial-kontakt-til-et-minimum
⚠️ Coronavirus in Oslo 🦠
The #Oslo city hall rules from 28 Sept 🗓
😷 The use of face-masks on public transport is compulsory
🎉 Events with more than 50 people in places without fixed seating indoors are no longer allowed
🥘 Guests at restaurants and pubs must register their presence in the building. Look out for QR codes to scan.
Stay safe out there.
Stay safe, #Oslo
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