From Iceland — RVK Newscast #109: Drunk Football Legend In Trouble & More #MeToo Scandals

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Art Bicnick

Vaccination is going well in Iceland and now around 300 thousand people have gotten at least one shot. The Gathering Ban is now at 300 people and there is no mask mandate unless you cannot ensure one metre distance. In other news, the #MeToo revolution is still going strong, with one well-known musician having been accused of serious violence. Finally, football legend Eiður Smári Guðjohnsen is in trouble after being filmed drunk and could be fired from his job as an assistant manager of the Icelandic national football team.

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