Norway is opening up and has now lifted further restrictions on testing and quarantine during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

There is no longer a requirement to test on or after arrival, and close contacts will no longer have to quarantine. There is no longer testing at the border of Norway whether you come by land, sea or air. Rules for quarantining and isolation if you should test positive for COVID, or if you have been in close contact with an infected person while in Norway are also eased.

You no longer have to quarantine but are required to test yourself daily for at least 5 days after the last close contact with the infected person. All who has undergone COVID-19 during the last 3 months, and children of primary and lower secondary school age and younger, do not need to take a test as long as they don’t have any symptoms. If you test positive for COVID while you are in Norway, you must isolate yourself, but you can end the isolation after 4 days from when the symptoms appeared, and you have not had a fever for at least 24 hours (without having taken fever-reducing medicine).

Get the full overview and updated travel information here.

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