Pedestrians walk along Karl Johans Gate, the main shopping street in Oslo, Norway, on September 23, 2020.
Norway has ditched all its Covid-19 measures, even social distancing, in a radical move that as yet has unclear consequences.
The extreme move is part of a four-step plan to scrap all restrictions implemented on March 10 last year.
The country's Health Minister sent a letter to municipalities asking alerting them to prepare for the ending of restrictions.
Norway is the second Scandinavian country to end the restrictions, following in the footsteps of Denmark who waved goodbye to lockdowns on September 10.
Infections went from eight to almost 200 in 10 days, prompting restrictions to be brought back for the Asian country.
The UK and Denmark are yet to backtrack on their radical move to end Covid rules entirely. »