The Norwegian health authorities and the Norwegian police has warned the country's young people to keep celebrations in the coming time.
It happens after the Norwegian schools closed last week. Skolelukningerne got supposedly many Norwegian young people to keep the so-called corona-feasts, which they celebrated, that they had now got free from school for 14 days, and perhaps slap from the various tasks.
the Youth at the Majorstuen Police station in Oslo wrote in the Friday following the posting on Facebook, where they warned against parties:
'We have received several inquiries and references to images, where young people of school age and gymnasiealderen are assembled to larger parties. Also so-called scheduled activities. It is the parties, where the young people are celebrating that they have got free from the school and release from the skoleeksamen. It is very unfortunate, as it is difficult to know who is infected with the corona virus.'
Thus, the writing the Youth from the Majorstuen Police station, who are working to create safety for young people in the boroughs of Frogner, Ullern, Nordre Aker and Vestre Aker in the western part of Oslo.
In the advertisement on Facebook continues the call for the young as follows:
'To the celebrations is the mood good, and drunkenness causes people to lower our guard. We are more intimate with each other, and share perhaps each other's drinks. But corona virus is transmitted by droplets. It means that there is a very big risk by drinking of the same bottle or the same glass. Therefore, there is very high risk of infection by the kinds of celebrations.'
'Dear young people. Please be so kind as to drop parties as well. Perhaps you are not sick. But think of your fellow citizens. Others may die if they become infected. Be a good his fellow man and keep yourself far away from parties and large gatherings. So you have made a positive contribution to the whole'.