Du står her: helsenorge.noCoronavirus in Norway Coronavirus Here you will find information about corona. You can also use the chat at the bottom of the page to get answers to your questions. If you still cannot find answers, you can call the public information number 815 55 015. If you are ill, stay at home. Call your GP if you need medical attention. Emergency numbers may only be used for life-threatening illness or injury. Foto: VH-Studio / Mostphotos Important information for foreign short-term employees in Norway Measures for employers and employees to avoid transmission of infection and loss of production. Foto: Leungchopan / Mostphotos Testing for COVID-19 - should I get tested? Take the Coronavirus Self-Checker to find out if you should get tested for COVID-19. Foto: Mostphotos/inbj Foreign travellers to Norway We want both you as a visitor, and the Norwegian communities you visit, to be safe. Foto: Mostphotos/Chad McDermott Travel advice The Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against all international travel that is not strictly necessary. Foto: Helsedirektoratet/Eline Korsnes Sundal Testing, symptoms and course of the disease Get to know more about what symptoms you might see, who should be tested and the course of the disease. Foto: Mostphotos/Kristian Berlin How to receive guests from abroad It is important that the visit does not lead to the spread of infection. Foto: Johner/Maskot Bildbyrå AB High risk groups and their relatives Most people who are infected will probably get mild symptoms, but some may experience a more severe disease. Foto: Mostphotos Gradual resumption of public life A controlled and stepwise reopening of society and a plan for adjustments of the corona measures is prepared. Foto: Mostphotos/Michael Erhardsson Quarantine and isolation General advice, and an overview of who should stay in quarantine or home isolation. Foto: Daria Petrenko / MostPhotos Advice for events, gatherings and celebrations It is possible to celebrate, mark an occasion and meet if we follow the given advice and restrictions. Foto: The Norwegian Directorate of Health How to prevent transmission? Good habits to prevent coronavirus infection. Foto: Mostphotos/Farknot Architect Together we can fight coronavirus - download the Smittestopp app Smittestopp is an app that will help the health authorities to limit the transmission of coronavirus. Foto: Mostphotos/Rattanachot Kasa Do you need a doctor, medical attention or someone to talk to? Advice on when to seek medical attention, and who to contact if you need a doctor or someone to talk to. Foto: Mostphotos/Shalamov (illustration) Advice for parents, children and youth Advice for parents on activities with children and how to talk to them about corona. Foto: Johnér © Corbis Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding Answers to the most common questions pregnant or breastfeeding women have related to the coronavirus. Foto: Helsedirektoratet / Eva Rustad de Brisis Life in the time of corona The present unprecedented daily life situation with Covid-19 is gradually turning into a new normal. Foto: Maria Sbytova / Mostphotos Schools and kindergartens All kindergartens, primary schools and after school clubs as well as secondary schools are now reopened. Foto: Mtkang / Mostphotos Information about coronavirus in other languages Brochures, videos and information material are available in many languages. Foto: WildMedia / Mostphotos Coronavirus – facts and approach in Norway What is known about the outbreak and the virus, and how is the outbreak handled in Norway?