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The Norwegian government should take the lead on the vaccine waiting list - the priority is faced with criticism

The Norwegian government should take the lead on the vaccine waiting list – the priority is faced with criticism

All government members who have not been vaccinated can take the lead on the vaccination queue in Norway.

It appears from the priority list. But the list is controversial.

Prime Minister Erna Solberg (H) Announced that 500 people performing socially critical tasks would be given priority in vaccination work.

In addition to government, this also applies to Parliament. Priority is also given to key persons in the National Institute of Public Health (NIPH) and many other authorities. The court also receives a number of doses.

“The reason we are now vaccinating 500 people is because they are essential people in dealing with the epidemic and in ensuring that democracy and society work,” said Saliba Andreas Korkonk, Minister of State at the Ministry of Trade.

Priority vaccinations will start next week.

But the list Controversial because it has long required teachers and preschool staff to take the lead in the waiting list.

Parliamentarian politician Torstein Tvedt Solberg of Labor said he will quit his dose.

“I think it should go to a preschool teacher or clerk,” he says.

Family Health International reports that it has not requested that the government be given priority. Work is now underway to select 20 employees of the authority to be vaccinated.


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