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Scandinavia to become almost entirely free of COVID restrictions - with Sweden to join Denmark and Norway in scrapping rules

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Scandinavia to become almost entirely free of COVID restrictions - with Sweden to join Denmark and Norway in scrapping rulesScandinavia is expected to become free of almost all COVID restrictions - with Sweden reportedly due to announce it will join Denmark and Norway in abandoning virus-related rules.
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