Everyone traveling to Norway from abroad must go into travel quarantine for 10 days, starting the day of arrival. This does not apply to those coming to Norway from areas in EU/EEA/Schengen with sufficiently low transmission. Here you can find the Norwegian Institute of Public Health's overview of countries and areas this applies to.
Mandatory actions for quests in quarantine:
- Guests need to stay at home or in another suitable place of residence.
- Guests can only move outside the place of residence if they are able to avoid close contact** with other people than those closest to them.
- Guests cannot use public transportation.
- If the guests develop symptoms of COVID-19, they need to get tested as soon as possible, and stay at home or in another suitable place of residence until they are free of symptoms.
** To avoid close contact means that the guests need to keep at least two-meter distance and avoid physical contact (e.g., handshaking and hugging) with other people than those who are defined as closest.
If a guest comes in close contact with a person with confirmed infection of COVID-19, he or she must be in transmission quarantine.