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  1. Approximately 1 per cent of Norway’s population has been infected by SARS-CoV-2

    Approximately 1 per cent of Norway's population has antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 disease.


  2. NIPH stops collection of personal data in Smittestopp

    All data collected by the Smittestopp app will be deleted and further collection will cease after a notification of a ban from the Norwegian Data Protection Authority.


  3. Easter at home and infection control

    Easter is just around the corner and this year we will all be at home. Although we must follow the advice about preventing transmission of coronavirus, do we need to have a sedentary Easter?


  4. High coverage for the Childhood Immunisation Programme in Norway

    The vast majority of children and adolescents in Norway receive the vaccines recommended in the Childhood Immunisation Programme.


  5. Norwegian Directorate of Health implements the following today - from 6 p.m. on Thursday 12 March until Thursday 26 March 2020

    The website of the Norwegian Directorate of Health is experiencing technical difficulties so this press release is published on the Norwegian Institute of Public Health's website.

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  6. Mental health problems combined with high alcohol intake increase risk of premature death

    The risk of premature death doubles if you have mental health problems and drink more than the equivalent of two units per day, on average.


  7. Fertility in Norway has not fallen as much as expected

    Birth patterns are changing and women in Norway are having fewer children. However, when we look at how many children today's 45-year-old women have had, fertility rates are still relatively high.


  8. Oil baths do not prevent atopic eczema in infants

    Regular oil baths or early introduction of solid foods in addition to breastfeeding do not prevent atopic eczema in the first year of life.


  9. Parental education level affects children’s mental health

    Children who have parents with a short education grow up with living conditions that increase their risk of problems at school and ADHD symptoms, according to a large study from the Norwegian Institut


  10. Already reached target of 25 per cent fewer premature deaths

    Norway has a goal to reduce the number of premature deaths from non-communicable diseases by 25 per cent by 2025. Calculations show that this target has been achieved.