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A group of researchers at the university of Oxford now says that a koronavaksine be ready already in the fall.
Vaksineprofessor Sarah Gilbert says to the English newspaper The Times that the attempts of people to start up about two weeks. Time horizon of the research group is that the vaccine will be ready in september.
– I’m 80 per cent sure that the vaccine will work, says Gilbert, but adds that she can’t make any guarantees.
the British government has signaled that they will be willing to pay for the production of millions of vaksinedoser if the results are promising, writes NTB.
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Norwegian institute of public health (FHI) is skeptical that the vaccine may be in place already for the fall
SKEPTICAL: Working at DHI Are Stuwitz Berg.
Photo: Norwegian institute of public health
– A vaksinekandidat can probably be ready in september, but a vaccine for public use in september sounds overly optimistic, ” says the chief physician Are Stuwitz Berg in FHI to NRK.
He points out that vaksinekandidater first need to be tested out on a large scale in utbruddsområder, and it must be measured up against people who do not get the vaccine in order to be able to see who comes out on top of it.
– Secondly, one must be able to scale up and produce vaccines in milliontall. To create such vaksinefabrikker takes time, ” emphasizes Berg.
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The official number of the victims of koronapandemien passed the 100,000 people on good Friday. Seven of the 10 countries that are hardest hit by the is, according to the World health organization in Europe.
But at the same time as the virus rages on the continent, has a cautious hope began to spread among several heads of state and experts.
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Norway, Denmark and several other european countries have announced that they will begin to ease the restrictions.
– It is important and hopeful examples, ” says Dr. Peter Drobac to CNN.
Drobac is an expert on global health at the Said Business School at Oxford university
According to Drobac, the european countries that now release the up has several fellesnevnere – they were early out with strict smittevernstiltak and has initiated an effective system for smittetesting.
They had these things in place, and as a result of this, they are already past the smittetoppen, believe Drobac.
Testkapasiteten in Norway has been limited, but the Norwegian directorate of health said to NRK earlier this week that they hope to be able to test 100,000 people in a week within the transition between.
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Norway, Denmark, the Czech republic, Austria and Germany have notified a gradual and careful reopening in the course of the next few weeks.
Drobac says that the countries will be able to learn a lot about the gradual gjenåpningsprosessene, and that it will give them the ability to track new infections.
– That’s how all countries are going to have to do it, ” he says.
HYTTEFORBUD: This image is from the Eggedalsfjellene in Sigdal municipality in the south of norway on good Friday. After easter is removed hytteforbudet.
Photo: Erik Johansen / NTB scanpix The Norwegian government has decided to “slowly and gently” ease on koronatiltakene after easter. Kindergartens and schools are opened. The much-talked hytteforbudet being lifted. Among other things, will hairdressers and physiotherapists will soon be able to resume its business with the need to follow the new smittevernsstandarder.
OPTIMISTIC: lord chancellor, Angela Merkel said earlier this week that there is reason for “cautious optimism”, but also warned against believing that the danger was over.
Photo: Pool New / Reuters According to CNN stated, ” Germany’s lord chancellor, Angela Merkel on Thursday that there was reason for “cautious optimism” after smittetallene in the country seemed to have leveled out. The country are now 100.000 smittetester daily. According to CNN, the country has now laid tentative plans to ease koronarestriksjonene, but currently they do not set any concrete dates.
the FIRST PHASE: the Prime minister Mette Frederiksen said that the reopening is dependent on that the people followed the instructions about keeping a distance. – This assumes that the numbers are stable and that our behavior is responsible, said the prime minister.
Photo: Ritzau Scanpix / Reuters Denmark’s prime minister Mette Frederiksen has called the measure a cautious and gradual reinstatement with conditions. The figures in Denmark are pointing in the right direction, but things can turn around, warns her. Although Denmark eases some restrictions, it is still forsamlingsforbud for groups of more than 10 people, and the prohibition against large folkeansamlinger comes out august. The borders are still closed, and it is the same churches, libraries, and associations, writes NTB. The Danish government will consider whether cafés, bars, restaurants, hairdressers and massage therapists should be able to open in the “next phase”. Czech republic
MASKED: street performers in Prague has on masks. Czechs have been required to cover their face when they moved outdoors.
Photo: David W Cerny / Reuters The eastern european country imposed travel restrictions, made it illegal to gather in large groups and closed down non-essential when it was introduced a state of emergency in the country the 12. march. Czechs were also required to cover their face when they moved outdoors. This week, it was relieved of the restrictions, including by a variety of shops and services in the country got to open the doors. Recreational athletes can now train outdoors without cover to the face. From the 14. april, travelers can get an exemption to travel outside of the borders. Austria
OPEN a LITTLE: “our Goal must be to get rid of the disease step by step,” says the country’s prime minister, Sebastian Kurz.
Photo: Helmut Bushings / AP last week was a nationwide smitteundersøkelse carried out in Austria in order to get an insight into how widespread the infection was. Previously, the country has focused on testing people with symptoms. 1500 people were tested, and the study showed that less than 1 per cent of the population who were not hospitalized was infected by koronaviruset. Small shops, garden centers and byggevarehus can now get permission to open the doors from the 14. april, if they comply with strict hygiene requirements. From 1. may will any business be able to reopen, while restaurants and hotels will at the earliest open in the middle of may. At the end of april to the government to decide whether the schools in the country to reopen. – Our goal must be to get rid of the disease step by step, ” says the country’s prime minister, Sebastian Kurz. More about koronaviruset StatusRåd and infoØkonomiSpør NRK Status NorgeSist updated: 11.04.20206367Smittet214Innlagt119Dødestatus for Norway