Finland and Norway Avoid COVID-19 Lockdowns but Keep Cases Controlled
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- Many parts of the US and Europe have re-introduced lockdown measures to rein in the coronavirus outbreaks as cases surge
- However, Finland and Norway have largely avoided lockdowns and still managed to have some of the lowest COVID-19 cases in the world
- The two countries are combating the virus without strict restrictions on movement and daily life
- Similarly, Sweden has avoided lockdowns but instead implemented mandatory testing and quarantine for travelers, with tighter border controls
- These measures have proven effective as the country has some of the lowest infection rates in Europe