The bill is steep. In Norway, a pastor was fined 20,000 crowns (1,860 euros) for violating the quarantine rules put in place to fight the coronavirus, the newspaper reported on Tuesday World Gang (VG).
The religious had stayed in a European country registered on the “red” list of the Norwegian authorities. On his return, he therefore had to observe a period of quarantine.
He meets the faithful
But the day after his arrival, the pastor met the faithful of his parish. “He was with a dozen other people and approached them to talk. And that, although he was subjected to an obligation of quarantine after returning from (the foreigner) the day before ”, specifies the minutes, quoted by VG.
If it displays a relatively low contamination rate on a European scale, Norway has recorded a rebound in new cases in recent weeks, in particular because of the so-called “imported” cases, that is to say from the foreign.