COVID-19 roundup: ‘hybrid’ reopening plan adopted in Finland; no more cases in Nunavik

Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin speaks during a news conference of the Finnish Government, regarding the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) spread, in Helsinki, Finland, May 4, 2020. (Emmi Korhonen/Lehtikuva/Reuters)
The Finnish government adopted its so-called “hybrid plan” to reopen Finland on Wednesday, but warned it would be a long slow process before life in Finland was completely back to normal.

Nunavik’s health authorities say two additional people have recovered from COVID-19, leaving no more active cases in this Inuit region of Arctic Quebec. 

Faroese officials have OK’d the return of most public transport schedules as of Saturday, but… Continue reading this Arctic roundup in our interactive map. (Mobile version available here)

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