As coronavirus cases surge in Norway, officials eye voluntary mass testing — not masks — to keep schools safe

Priority is keeping schools safe without sacrificing normalcy for students

Despite an enviable vaccination rate, Norway is reporting more coronavirus cases than ever before, especially in teenagers and children. In response, Norwegian officials are launching (voluntary) mass testing campaigns in secondary schools across the country in order to try and prevent infections from rising further:




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