World Net Daily: Finland ended plans to place major cities in lockdown after the measures were deemed “unconstitutional.” The Finnish government has withdrawn a proposal for strict lockdowns across five cities, including the nation’s capital Helsinki. The plans called for forcing city residents to stay inside their homes. Prime Minister Sanna Marin backed off, after accepting the measures were deemed illegal by the country’s constitutional law committee.
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