UPDATED: 18th February 2021
TRAVELING TO NORWAY
All travelers from “red countries” must bring a negative Covid-19 test result. The test can not be taken more than 24 hours before travelling to Norway. Exceptions are travelers who transit through Norway and children under 12 years old. Travelers who have been to a “red country” withing 14 days before coming to Norway have to take a Covid-19 test after arriving in Norway.
Everyone who travels into Norway has to register when arriving in Norway or online before arriving.
Everyone, who exhibits symptoms of a Covid-19 infection must get tested. Tests are also recommended if you have had contact with someone who was infected with Covid-19.
Everyone who travels to Norway from a “red country” has to quarantine for 10 days after arriving in Norway. If you have no own place to stay in Norway, you must quarantine in a quarantine hotel.
Masks need to be worn wherever it is not possible to hold at least one meter distance from others. This includes shops, public transport, inside subway stops and at restaurants when picking up takeaway. Masks are also mandatory when riding in a taxi. Children below the age of 12 years old do not need to wear masks.
MEETING IN GROUPS
Meetings inside are restricted to max. 10 people. If the meeting is outside, the maximum number of people is 20.
Shops are open; however, malls and warehouses are closed. Shops, that are closed can be opened to pick up ordered items (klikk og hent). All supermarkets, pharmacies, restaurants and cafes are open
TRAVEL WITHIN NORWAY
Travel is not encouraged unless strictly necessary. This includes travels within Norway.