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To the citizens of Norway - Say no to the Corona Certificate!

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Articles from resett.no on Corona Certificate in Norway: https://resett.no/?s=koronasertifikat

On 12 May there is a deadline for sending consultation responses to the Government's proposal for a Corona Certificate, and thus be able to put a final stop to the Corona Certificate. The same was done with the Curfew proposal that was rejected on several grounds, where it was submitted as a consultation response where there was strong opposition from the Norwegian population.
This is urgent and any Norwegian citizen may voice their opinion on this matter if one wants to prevent the Corona Certificate. You can send it anonymously. Just keep in mind that you may need to use an unofficial email address and a good VPN (better to be safe than sorry) ;)

Consultation on corona certificate - amendments to the Infection Control Act:
https://www.regjeringen.no/no/dokumente ... id2847796/

(Translated to English)

Consultation | Date: 05.05.2021

In this consultation memorandum, the Ministry proposes a temporary new chapter 4A in the Infection Control Act with rules on corona certificates. The purpose of the new regulations is to establish a system for safe and verified documentation of vaccination status, immunity after undergoing corona disease and test results. Furthermore, the proposal will facilitate the introduction of a forthcoming EU regulation and give the ministry authority to effectively regulate the use of a corona certificate in regulations when needed.

Consultation letter

Consultation on corona certificates - amendments to the Infection Control Act (in Norwegian only)

In this consultation document, the Ministry proposes a temporary new Chapter 4A of the Infection Control Act with provisions on corona certificates. In line with the Government's long-term strategy for dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, infection control measures and their easing shall take place in accordance with a 4-step reopening plan. The plan calls for a step-by-step reduction of the national measures.
The purpose of the new provisions of the Infection Control Act is to establish a system for safe and verified documentation of vaccination status, immunity after corona illness and test results. Furthermore, the proposal shall facilitate the introduction of an upcoming EU Regulation and that the Ministry may, by regulations, regulate the use of a corona certificate when necessary. However, the Ministry's proposed statutory provisions do not regulate in which cases easing of infection control measures can be made to persons who hold such documentation.
The assessment of whether it is possible to differentiate infection control measures based on vaccination status, immunity after undergoing COVID-19 or negative test results must be carried out on the basis of existing legal basis in the Infection Control Act (in Norwegian only) and the Temporary Act relating to entry restrictions for foreign nationals for public health reasons. It will also be an independent question whether it is proportionate to maintain infection control measures in relation to a group that poses a low risk of spreading infection, and which can document this in a safe and verifiable way.
The Ministry assumes that the need for the proposed Norwegian provisions is of a temporary nature, and therefore proposes that the Norwegian regulations have validity for 12 months.

The consultation statements are preferably sent digitally via the Ministry's website. The consultative bodies can register, save the response, and upload attachments. The consultative bodies can also send consultation responses without registering.

The deadline for giving a consultation statement is Wednesday 12 May.

Yours sincerely

Kari Sønderland (e.f.)

Director General

Sverre Engelschiøn

director

The document is electronically signed and therefore does not have handwritten signatures


Consultation paper:
https://www.regjeringen.no/contentasset ... i-2021.pdf

Consultative bodies:
https://www.regjeringen.no/no/dokumente ... sinstanser

Consultation responses:
https://www.regjeringen.no/no/dokumente ... oringssvar
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Dismissed health worker sent consultation letter that face mask does not help
The title of the original article is misleading as the health worker was not dismissed due to sending a consultation letter, but because of refusing to wear face mask at work. With that being said the reason I post this is to highlight how the mainstream media pictures health workers who speak out against the plandemic - they`re treated as criminals for telling the truth :roll:
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Dismissed health worker sent consultation letter that face mask does not help

"The dismissed health worker in Gran municipality sent several private consultation statements.She doubted the usefulth of face masks, and believed the pandemic was no worse than a flu.
On 28 April it was announced that a health professional at the solgløtt institution in Gran municipality was terminated.The reason is resistance to the use of infection control equipment.– The employee has broken the rules on the use of face masks, and has not had this on in all situations where this has been a requirement, councillor in the municipality torbjørn Hansen told NRK.Nrk can now report that she has been active and submitted two consultation statements to the Ministry of Justice and Public Security during the pandemic.At the same time, she worked at Solgløtt, a community for the mentally disabled.The health care worker was the first to be registered as infected at Solgløtt, April 7. It was later found that two other employees and three residents were infected.One of the occupants later died of corona.
It has not yet been clarified how the infection entered the institution. Both the municipality and the former employee are now supervised by the County Governor of Innlandet.
Meant face mask does not stop viruses

The now-dismissed woman was hired at Solgløtt on 17 August last year, according to the municipality. A short time later, it was mandatory to wear a face mask in close patient contact with residents.

Councillor Torbjørn Hansen writes in an e-mail to NRK that they practiced rules in accordance with the advice of FHI and the municipality's enshrined infection control rules.

"These were basic infection control routines with reinforced infection control measures, in that all employees should wear face masks at close contact closer than one meter to the patient. This is a preventive measure from November 2020, he writes.

The health worker worked for around five months at Solgløtt, at the same time as there was a requirement to wear a face mask. In how much of this period lack of face mask use was a problem, NRK does not know.
The woman has also posted on her private Facebook page posts that can be interpreted as scepticism about corona vaccine, and to the handling of the pandemic.

"Covid-19 is not a deadly pandemic in general! The virus Sars cov2 is not more dangerous than the usual flu. It is perfectly normal for viruses to constantly mutate, it infects but usually becomes less and less dangerous with each mutation," she wrote.

She is also critical of the PCR test, which is the most common testing method where the sample is passed on to a laboratory. She writes: "The PCR test is proven inept as it is used in Norway today!"

The health care worker was fired because, according to the municipality, she has broken rules on the use of face masks.

In her consultation response, she writes that "face masks are proven extremely ineffective, they do not stop viruses, and are proven harmful to the user's own immune system."

Skeptical of vaccine

In the consultation response, she also visits the vaccine.

"The vaccine, which is not a vaccine but an injection of mrna to manipulate our DNA, will do irreparable harm to the individual and its descendants, and will in the worst case lead to death. The vaccine has not been tested in the usual 7-10 years, we know too little about the side effects and we know nothing about the long-term side effects. Many injuries have already been detected in people who have received the vaccine," she writes.

In the final paragraph, she asks: "Why have a lockdown, curfew, distance injunction, mask injunction, etc. when the virus to protect against is proven so inconsefficient?"

The second consultation response nrk has seen from the health care worker is a response to the Government's proposal to obtain the authority to introduce a curfew. The health care worker concludes his consultation response from January this year to the Ministry of Justice as follows:
"Please wake up ALL of you! Looking at percentage statistics, it's not a good idea to shut down a society because far less than 1% of the population dies, most of them elderly and/or with underlying serious illnesses. It's perfectly normal! NO TO LOCKDOWN!!!"

The Government's proposal for a curfew was later withdrawn and not presented to the Storting.

NRK has not succeeded in connecting with the dismissed health care worker. Nor does the union of the dismissed, the Trade Union Union, wish to comment on the matter.

Duty of loyalty may limit

Anine Kierulf is associate professor of public law at the University of Oslo, and one of norway's foremost experts on freedom of expression. She says health workers basically have the same freedom of expression as everyone else, even in a pandemic.

"But the duty of loyalty in a working relationship can limit what one can speak out about, if one speaks out in ways that harm the employer's legitimate and factual interests. Statements that are suitable for raising doubts about the health authorities' advice in a pandemic can be harmful," says Kierulf.

But she believes the employee should then have a position that is suitable to create doubt and cause harm.

"The higher up in a health agency you are, the greater the chance of that. It's not that big when the utterances come from employees "on the floor," Kierulf said.
She also believes there is a difference between warning against vaccines or trivialising the risk of infection directly to patients, and presenting their views in public hearings.

"The first may undermine important advice from the health authorities. The latter will largely be protected by freedom of expression as democratic instruments in a democratic process, kierulf believes.

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Anine Kierulf

The municipality would not comment

The County Governor of Innlandet has started supervision of both the municipality and the dismissed party. The background is an anonymous alert.

The municipality does not wish to comment on the consultation responses of the dismissed health care worker, but Councillor of Gran Municipality Torbjørn Hansen writes in an email to NRK that they are working to respond to the County Governor.

"We cannot say anything more about the case, or comment on individual details, but will await the outcome of the audit," he writes."

Source: https://www.nrk.no/norge/oppsagt-helsea ... 1.15484220
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So we do not hear about "side effects" so much in Denmark, but Emil my friends hes mother apparently vent to the other side regarding "vaccines"
but only after witnessing a co worker almost die within minutes of getting the jab. so apparently people "those who think we are crazy conspiracy theorists" only wake up when it is getting real scary. Image
people ask your self " what does it it cost to live on earth" then putt seeds in your left hand you can live from, and money/gold/silver in your right hand.
Now go plant them both, and then see Which one will give you something you can eat.
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monsdk wrote: Thu May 20, 2021 7:11 pm So we do not hear about "side effects" so much in Denmark, but Emil my friends hes mother apparently vent to the other side regarding "vaccines"
but only after witnessing a co worker almost die within minutes of getting the jab. so apparently people "those who think we are crazy conspiracy theorists" only wake up when it is getting real scary. Image
Yes, I know - People are under the spell and it obviously hurt to much for them to break it (the spell). In the end they will be the losers.
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Also Norway`s government`s officials decided today to "open" by May 26, of course still contact tracing when going out for dinner and having drinks in restaurants - No, I won`t join you sheeple 🖕
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same here you need your "passport" "the yellow star" of proof to get in and wine and dine. and you still have to wear a face diaper .
and the sheep gladly do the "new normal".
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JFK21 won a court case in Denmark. PCR - test NOT required.
https://rumble.com/vkyek8-jfk21-won-a-c ... uired.html

so good news in along time....... 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-)
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"Koronaskeptikere"
Ann Helen arranges commemorations for freedom and hugs strangers.
This documentary is in Norwegian language only. I think that Scandinavian brothers and sisters, especially Danes and Swedes, will understand as we have a very similar language.
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https://tv.nrk.no/serie/helene-sjekker- ... /avspiller
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Resurrecting another dormant topic...
How are things in our Scandinavian countries?
Sweden has been more or less calm all the way through...compared to other countries. No real lockdowns as of yet. Don’t know really how the crowded cities have changed since I’m out in a small place and have continued as normal with my life. Many Coworkers have been doing the work from home but since end of august everything is back to normal at work...almost.
But I expect to see changes this fall/winter, especially since they’re gonna start jabbing 12-15years old around Halloween.
Happy to hear the status from u guys! 🤗
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Norway opened up on 4pm on Saturday 25 September 2021,(Yeah, the "virus" must have a tight time frame 4pm lol) but only after vaccinating the sheeple, 76 per cent. No corona vaccine passport is required to enter restaurants, social arrangements, etc. Prime minister Erna Solberg still pushes for everyone to get vaccinated. She can keep dreaming.
Norway lifts COVID-19 restrictions after 561 days

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Norway has re-opened society, its government says, ending its COVID-19 restrictions that have limited social interaction and hobbled many businesses.
Key points:
  • Culture and sports venues will be able to utilise their full capacity
  • As many as 76 per cent of Norwegians have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine
  • Meanwhile, 67 per cent have been fully immunised against the virus
The Nordic nation joins a small but growing number of countries, including Denmark and Britain, which have removed all domestic restrictions that limited the spread of COVID-19.

"It is 561 days since we introduced the toughest measures in Norway in peacetime … Now the time has come to return to a normal daily life," Prime Minister Erna Solberg told a news conference.

Restrictions ended at 4:00pm (local time) on Saturday, Ms Solberg said.

The decision to no longer require social distancing will allow culture and sports venues to utilise their full capacity, rather than just a portion of seats, while restaurants can fill up and nightclubs reopen.

Ms Solberg had so far implemented the first three stages of a four-step plan to remove social and economic restrictions imposed since March of last year, but the final step was postponed several times amid worries over rising infection rates.

"In short, we can now live as normal," Ms Solberg said.
Some 76 per cent of all Norwegians have now received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while 67 per cent of the population is fully vaccinated, according to the country's Institute of Public Health.

"Even though everyday life is now back to normal for most people, the pandemic is not over. People will still get sick and, therefore, it is important that everyone gets vaccinated," Ms Solberg said.

The Prime Minister warned, however, that those who contracted COVID-19 after the restrictions lift must still go into isolation to avoid spreading the virus.

Travel restrictions will also be relaxed and the government will no longer advise against travelling outside of Europe.

Some restrictions will still apply to those arriving from countries considered to have high rates of infections, the government said.

Ms Solberg thanked the different government agencies involved in the response as well as the general public.

"I want to say, 'Thank-you very much, Norway," she said.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-09-26/ ... /100492390
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