If Anthony Fauci’s estimates are correct, every single person in Norway is going to die as a result of this policy.
Norway has ditched all its Covid-19 measures, even social distancing, in a radical move that as yet has unclear consequences.
On Friday, the Nordic nation’s government announced that it was time to “live as normal” with Covid-19 after 561 days of enduring some kind of restriction, whether that be venue capacity limits or stay-at-home orders.
Now, Norwegians can attend restaurants, night clubs, sporting events and anything else at full capacity, with social distancing thrown out the window.
They’ve even started encouraging travel outside of Europe, removing travel warnings.
The new rules come into effect on Saturday, 4pm local time (Sunday, 4am NZT).
“It is 561 days since we introduced the toughest measures in Norway in peacetime … Now the time has come to return to a normal daily life,” Prime Minister Erna Solberg told reporters.
“In short, we can now live as normal.”
Thus far, everyone in Denmark has not died.
If everyone in Norway doesn’t die, like everyone in Denmark didn’t die, then I guess Fauci will be proved wrong again, and then he’ll apologize and everything in America will go back to normal.
Actually, what will happen is that the US/UK/Aus media will simply not report on these countries, and continue to claim that everyone is going to die if we don’t stay locked down and masked forever, and keep taking these boosters every six months.
We also have to scan QR codes, and have our every movement approved by the state.
It’s called “democracy” for a reason.
It’s all about stopping viruses.
There is a 100% chance that the media is going to hype up a “new deadly variant” and force these European states back into lockdown.
They have to do that for democracy.
You know who else didn’t have virus lockdowns and QR codes?
Denmark and Norway are now officially fascist states.
We believe in democracy because those are our values and who we are, and that means we have to have virus safety and forced vaccines.