COVID-19 pandemic in Norway
|COVID-19 pandemic in Norway|
|Arrival date||26 February 2020|
(2 years, 3 months and 4 weeks ago)
Cases[change | change source]
Testing[change | change source]
As of 13 May 2020,[update] Norway has performed 208,874 tests and reported 8,168 confirmed cases and 229 deaths. One of the major reasons why the mortality rate was lower than in other European countries (such as Italy, Spain, the UK) was the high number of tests performed in Norway.
References[change | change source]
- Nilsen, Av Sondre; Skjetne, Oda Leraan; Sfrintzeris, Yasmin; Røset, Hanna Haug; Hunshamar, Carina; Fraser, Sofie; Løkkevik, Ole; breaking-avdeling, og VGs. "Live: Corona-viruset sprer seg i Norge og verden". VG Nett.
- Andreassen, Tor Arne. "5. mars begynte varslene om koronasmittede skiturister å renne inn. Det tok ti dager før Østerrike stengte skiheisene". Aftenposten.
- Amundsen, Bård (26 March 2020). "Very low mortality rate from coronavirus in Norway compared to other countries". sciencenorway. Retrieved 28 March 2020.