COVID-19 roundup: 2 new cases in Nunavik; schools re-open in Norway

Small houses typical of the Nunavik region. Here we see the village of Puvirnituq. (Myriam Fimbry/Radio-Canada)
Nunavik regional health board reported two new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, bringing total confirmed cases in the Inuit region of Arctic Quebec to 16.

School re-opened on Monday for years 1- 4 in Norway, as the country gradually starts to lift COVID-19 restrictions.

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