Renters, pensioners, and families with children are the target groups of government measures intended to reduce the impact of inflation on the most vulnerable demographics.
Long before I got pregnant, I heard about parents in Iceland taking their newborns swimming from a colleague of mine who joined baby swimming classes with her infant. She shared her experiences online, and in one of her videos, her four-month- old son stood unaided in the hands of his swim teacher. I was intrigued; […]
Just under 75% of Icelanders are in favour of vaccinating children aged 5-11 against COVID-19, according to the results of a newly-published survey from Maskína.
Individuals who have been potentially exposed to COVID-19 outside of their home or place of residence in Iceland will no longer be required to quarantine,
Icelandic Health Insurance has extended its service contract with self-employed speech pathologists by six months and eliminated the prerequisite of two years of work experience,
Starting today, children aged 5-11 will be invited to Laugardalshöll stadium in Reykjavík for vaccination against COVID-19. The invitations have been sent to their parents
Salvör Nordal, the Ombudsman for Children, has said that vaccinating children for Covid-19 during school hours is problematic. They should rather be vaccinated after school,
The Chief Epidemiologist has decided to offer children aged 5-11 vaccinations against COVID-19, stating that this decision is comparable to what is being done in
The first round of Iceland’s COVID-19 booster shot campaign has concluded, with over 135,891 shots administered to fully vaccinated individuals. The Reykjavík capital area healthcare
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