People arriving in Norway from countries other than Sweden or Finland must be quarantined for 14 days, whether or not they are experiencing any symptoms.
People arriving in Norway from Sweden or Finland, and who have been in other countries during the previous 14 days, must also be quarantined for 14 days after arrival in Norway, whether or not they are experiencing any symptoms.
- Do not go to work.
- Avoid travel.
- Do not use public transport.
- Avoid places where close contract with others is likely.
- Avoid being in close proximity to others.
If tourists come to Norway, they will be asked to return their home country.
How are tourists to comply with the recommendation to stay at home for 14 days after arriving in Norway?
All who are in Norway must familiarise themselves with the situation here.
What if I land at a Norwegian airport and plan to fly onwards within the country?
People free of illness and symptoms may fly to their final destination in order to be quarantined in their own home.
Persons with symptoms may be transported to their place of residence – by private car, for example – on the instructions of the municipal health officer. An emergency solution would be to hold the person in quarantine in the municipality where the airport is located.
This policy has retroactive effect and is applicable from Thursday 27 February.
Can I use public transportation?
- Public transport will continue, to allow people with critical society functions can get to and from work
- It is important to keep a distance to your fellow passengers
- Wash your hands after travelling
- Avoid public transport if you can