Monica Mæland the traitor of Norway really wants a curfew, copying the rest of Europe due to the globalist agenda
Government is investigating the basis for introducing a curfew
"Since November, the Ministry of Justice has been working to investigate the legal basis for imposing curfews in Norway. Justice Monica Mæland told a press conference on Wednesday.
(Look at that face - face of evil)
Minister of Justice Monica Mæland has asked Norwegian embassies abroad to report on how curfews are enforced and introduced in several European countries. Several ministries have also been asked to respond to the impact of curfews on the sector for which they are responsible.
Several countries in Europe have introduced various forms of curfew during various times during the pandemic. Norway have not yet done so.
The Ministry of Justice has asked Norwegian embassies abroad to report on how curfews are enforced and introduced in several European countries. Several ministries have also been asked to respond to the impact of curfews on the sector for which they are responsible.
The purpose of the work is to have the legal basis in place, if a curfew must be introduced. Chief Medical Officer Preben Aavitsland of the FHI confirms that they have made their comments, but will not say what advice they have given.
"We hope that we will be able not to impose a curfew even though many other countries in Europe have had it," Prime Minister Erna Solberg told DN.
Mæland welcomes a broad debate on such an interventionist measure, and has therefore submitted a bill to the Storting.
"As of today, it is not appropriate to impose a curfew or anything similar. It is only applicable in extreme cases, as if there is very high spread of infection and a blasted health and care system," Mæland said at a press conference this afternoon.
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The question is how far away Norway is a situation with, among other things, a curfew.
Assistant Health Director Espen Rostrup Nakstad told NRK that it takes a lot more for a curfew to be applicable.
–When the country closed down on 12 March, no curfew was imposed. On the contrary, we encouraged people to move outdoors every day, but with a good distance to others. Mobility in society was greatly reduced by the shutdown at the time and contagion numbers fell just as rapidly in Norway as in countries with curfews," says Nakstad.
He says curfews are not a measure that will be appropriate as the situation is now or is expected to be beyond the winter.
"However, if the disease-causing properties of the virus change significantly, and compliance in society is significantly lower, it will be appropriate to consider this type of action," Espen Rostrup Nakstad told NRK.
Refusal of access
Nrk has been rejected for almost all documents on the matter that we have requested access to. The documents include titles showing that it is about input into "a possible situation with a curfew" and the possibility of a 5th shutdown level.
After the experience of NRK, the Ministry of Justice will present the legal basis shortly.
In November, the Ministry of Health and Care Services asked the government to investigate the need for further austerity and the closure of society if the contagion increases.
Shutdown level 5, as defined by the professional authorities, means:
Uncontrolled spread in society and the risk of exceeding the capacity of hospitals.
Accelerating incidence outside of known eruptions. (That is, you have no control over the spread of infection)
More than 30-40 percent have an unknown situation of infection. (That means they don't know where they've got the infection)
Infection tracking is not feasible for many cases due to capacity shortages.
In such a situation with uncontrolled dispersion, it is appropriate to, among other things, close businesses that cannot have a home office and consider a curfew all or part of the day, a document from the Directorate of Health, written in November, is presented."
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