In Finland, the country’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin has apologised for going clubbing after coming into close contact with a Covid-19 case, APA reports citing BBC.
Sanna Marin went on a night out in Helsinki on Saturday, hours after her foreign minister had tested positive.
She was initially told she did not need to isolate because she had been fully vaccinated, but later missed a text that advised her to do so.
The Social Democratic prime minister, 36, said the text message that advised her to avoid social contact was sent to her work phone, which she had left at home.
In a Facebook post on Monday, Ms Marin said she should have double-checked the guidance and used better judgement.