Iceland eased its national alert against the coronavirus on Monday, allowing for public gatherings of up to 200 people and night clubs and gyms to reopen as the country nears complete recovery from the outbreak.
Last week, the Icelandic government rolled out several new environmental policies and proposals addressing climate change as part of the country’s second COVID-19 economic stimulus package. The plans included new funding for projects tackling climate change and a bid to ban certain single-use products. In addition to the award of approximately $3.7 million to these...
Iceland has all but eliminated the coronavirus outbreak as 97% of infected patients have recovered and only two new cases have been confirmed in the last week, the government said in a statement on Wednesday.
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