COVID-19 roundup: end of self-isolation in Russia; no more active cases in the Faroe Islands

The mandatory self-isolation requirement will be lifted in the Murmansk region on May 12, except for people over 65 or those who have prior health conditions. (Gov-murman.ru)
The mandatory self-isolation requirement will be lifted in some parts of Russia on May 12. The lifting of the ‘stay-at-home’ order is Russia-wide, although federal authorities have allowed each region to decide what measures to maintain or relax depending on the epidemiological situation in their area. 

With an additional recovery reported on Saturday, the Faroe Islands no longer has any active cases of COVID-19.

Finland has hammered out its third supplementary budget proposal for 2020 to help the country better… Continue reading this Arctic roundup in our interactive map. (Mobile version available here)

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