Norway: Nearly 100 Omicron infections from one Oslo Christmas party

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Another 20-30 people have been registered infected with Covid after a Christmas dinner at a restaurant in Oslo at the end of November. This is in addition to the 60 who have already been registered infected.

The infected people visited the restaurant Louise Restaurant & Bar at Aker Brygge in Frogner, Oslo,  at the same time as a Christmas table was held at the restaurant. They are thus in addition to the around 60 Christmas table participants who have already been registered infected, reports NRK. report (in Norwegian)


Note: The number of people infected with the Omicron variant from this one Christmas party could now be nearly 100. The original guest list was said to be about 120 people, although some of the new infections reported today are related to other patrons who were at the same venue on the same day. All of the guests invited to the Christmas party were fully vaccinated and were asked to take a Covid test before attending.


Norway: Omicron superspreader event sees about 60 fully vaccinated people infected


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** This post was originally published on December 3, 2021 **