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I think an underappreciated reason for the lack of problems with the Sweden-Norway border - apart from Norway being in the EEA and in Schengen and you know, agreement capable - is the relative lack of Daisys. The border is mostly running over sparsely populated mountain regions.

Don't get me wrong, there are border regions in the southern most part and they have been suffering with border closures during Covid, but that most of the border isn't running in regions where there are farms probably makes things easier.

by fjallstrom on Wed Dec 9th, 2020 at 08:44:15 AM EST

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