Icelandic authorities expressed both joy and caution at their 150th COVID-19 briefing, also their last of 2020. While Iceland began administering the first COVID-19 vaccines
At a scheduled information briefing today, the Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management introduced a new colour-coded warning system, similar to the Icelandic Met
Domestic COVID-19 case numbers appear to be dropping in Iceland, though strain on the healthcare system continues to increase, particularly in North Iceland. Those were
Clear and open communications between authorities and the public, but also between individuals, were the main topics of today’s information briefing on COVID-19 in Iceland.
While dropping numbers are promising, Icelandic authorities say it is too early to declare victory against the country’s third wave of COVID-19. In a briefing
Pandemic fatigue is setting in among Icelanders, Director of Health Alma Möller stated during authorities’ COVID-19 briefing in Reykjavík this morning. Tightened social restrictions took
Community transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus appears to be dropping in Iceland, according to the country’s Chief Epidemiologist Þórólfur Guðnason. At today’s COVID-19 briefing in
In a COVID-19 briefing in Reykjavík this morning, Iceland’s Chief Epidemiologist said the country had managed to tame the second local wave of the pandemic.
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