You should avoid journeys that are not strictly necessary (both domestic and international), avoid public transport if you can, and other places where you easily can get into close contact with others.
On March 20th the government introduced a ban on overnight stays in holiday properties outside your own municipality. More information on the
ban is found at the government's website regjeringen.no (in Norwegian).
The ban does not apply for people who normally live with a member of the household who is in isolation due to having been confirmed infected by coronavirus.
Thus, people who are quarantined because they normally live with a person who is confirmed as infected, may stay at their cabin or other holiday property for as long as the infected person is in isolation at home. The infected person must stay at home, while the rest of the household may stay at the cabin.
It is advised against non-essential travel to all countries. Anyone who has travelled abroad should be in
quarantine upon their arrival in Norway.