Doctors in Iceland will be forced to choose between obeying the law or obeying their international code of ethics if the government passes its proposed
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.
No gender confirmation surgeries have been performed in Iceland since 2020, Fréttablaðið reports. Trans people in the country who request surgery face a long wait.
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,
Self-Discharge and Staffing Support Ease Hospital Strain in Iceland Amid Hopes Current Wave Has Peaked
As Iceland continues to battle its largest wave of COVID-19 infection to date, Chief Epidemiologist Þórólfur Guðnason stated he hopes the peak of infections has
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
If proposed amendments to Iceland’s pandemic legislation are passed, the Chief Epidemiologist would be appointed by the Health Minister rather than Iceland’s Director of Health.
The capital area healthcare service is planning to operate a mobile vaccination station that will offer COVID-19 inoculation to residents across Reykjavík, Fréttablaðið reports. Around
Iceland’s National Hospital has once again converted the infectious diseases ward into a COVID-19 ward to address a rise in COVID-19 cases, RÚV reports. Iceland’s
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