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COVID-19-Concerned Geese?

A group of geese, spotted by readers of mbl.is in Garðabær, south of Reykjavík, over the weekend, appears to be well informed about rules on public gathering and social distancing, imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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COVID-19-Concerned Geese?

A group of geese, spotted by readers of mbl.is in Garðabær, south of Reykjavík, over the weekend, appears to be well informed about rules on public gathering and social distancing, imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Icelandair Offers Customers Credit

Icelandair Group is getting ready to adopt a new technical solution, enabling the airline to cancel flights scheduled farther ahead than has so far been possible.
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Icelandair Offers Customers Credit

Icelandair Group is getting ready to adopt a new technical solution, enabling the airline to cancel flights scheduled farther ahead than has so far been possible.

‘Presidential Decree’ Prohibits Visits

We’ve all had to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic and change our behavior accordingly – including Icelandic President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson and his family.
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‘Presidential Decree’ Prohibits Visits

We’ve all had to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic and change our behavior accordingly – including Icelandic President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson and his family.

Some Criminal Plans May Have Been Canceled

We reported recently that one of the Icelandic police departments posted a note on Facebook, kindly asking those who had been contemplating breaking the law to cancel all such plans.
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Some Criminal Plans May Have Been Canceled

We reported recently that one of the Icelandic police departments posted a note on Facebook, kindly asking those who had been contemplating breaking the law to cancel all such plans.

Up to 13 Percent Unemployment Rate Forecast for April

The Directorate of Labor estimates that reported unemployment in Iceland was 7.5-8 percent in March, could reach 12-13 percent in April, and 11-12 percent in May.
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Up to 13 Percent Unemployment Rate Forecast for April

The Directorate of Labor estimates that reported unemployment in Iceland was 7.5-8 percent in March, could reach 12-13 percent in April, and 11-12 percent in May.

Passengers Claim Icelandair Lacks Customer Support

Several disgruntled Icelandair passengers have contacted Iceland Monitor, either through Facebook or email, describing their futile efforts to contact the airline for credit or refund during these trying times.
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Passengers Claim Icelandair Lacks Customer Support

Several disgruntled Icelandair passengers have contacted Iceland Monitor, either through Facebook or email, describing their futile efforts to contact the airline for credit or refund during these trying times.

Ban on Public Gatherings Might Be Extended

Health authorities in Iceland have publicly stated that a ban on public gatherings of more than 20 people, originally in effect through April 11, may be extended.
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Ban on Public Gatherings Might Be Extended

Health authorities in Iceland have publicly stated that a ban on public gatherings of more than 20 people, originally in effect through April 11, may be extended.

Icelandair and Government Sign Agreement

An agreement was signed Friday between Icelandair and the Icelandic State, in which Icelandair agrees to continue flying to Boston and either to London or Stockholm two days a week.
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Icelandair and Government Sign Agreement

An agreement was signed Friday between Icelandair and the Icelandic State, in which Icelandair agrees to continue flying to Boston and either to London or Stockholm two days a week.

Teddy Bear Hunt Has Spread to Iceland

Since a ban on public gatherings took effect in Iceland a couple of weeks ago, numeous families in the capital area have placed teddy bears and other stuffed animals in their window sills.
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Teddy Bear Hunt Has Spread to Iceland

Since a ban on public gatherings took effect in Iceland a couple of weeks ago, numeous families in the capital area have placed teddy bears and other stuffed animals in their window sills.

Herd Immunity Threshold Could Be Lowered in Iceland

An article published in Morgunblaðið today suggests that if health authorities succeed in their efforts to minimize the average number of individuals infected by each person with COVID-19, herd immunity will be able to stop the spread of the virus with a lo
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Herd Immunity Threshold Could Be Lowered in Iceland

An article published in Morgunblaðið today suggests that if health authorities succeed in their efforts to minimize the average number of individuals infected by each person with COVID-19, herd immunity will be able to stop the spread of the virus with a lower percentage of the population becoming infected than otherwise would be the case.

Discovery of 6,000 Swabs at Landspítali Is Huge Relief

About 6,000 swabs for testing for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 were discovered in the medical microbiology and virology department of Landspítali this morning.
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Discovery of 6,000 Swabs at Landspítali Is Huge Relief

About 6,000 swabs for testing for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 were discovered in the medical microbiology and virology department of Landspítali this morning.

Flight Attendants and Farmers Join Fight against COVID-19

The list of health care workers ready to step in, should their services be needed during the COVID-19 pandemic, has grown to include 680 people.
mbl.is - News in English

Flight Attendants and Farmers Join Fight against COVID-19

The list of health care workers ready to step in, should their services be needed during the COVID-19 pandemic, has grown to include 680 people.

App to Trace Movements of Infected Icelanders

An app, intended to help health officials trace paths of COVID-19 infection and easily reach those who have been exposed to the virus, will likely be launched in Iceland early next week.
mbl.is - News in English

App to Trace Movements of Infected Icelanders

An app, intended to help health officials trace paths of COVID-19 infection and easily reach those who have been exposed to the virus, will likely be launched in Iceland early next week.

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