Iceland has coronavirus under control
Coronavirus is under control in Iceland after thousands of tests.
Iceland has coronavirus under control thanks to a strict policy of test, trace and isolate, the country's prime minister has told Sky News.
There are only a handful of cases emerging each day on the sparsely populated island nation, and on one day this week no new cases were reported. "Our main guiding line has been to follow the instruction of the World Health Organisation," said prime minister Katrin Jakobsdottir
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