En De
Total doses
given
12.1M
People fully
vaccinated
4.1M
% Fully
vaccinated
74.61%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Public Place:

29.09.2022

Visitors to care centres again allowed; though on case-by-case decision of the health staff under consideration of risks and benefits.;03/02/2021: If both the nursing home resident and the visitor have been vaccinated; they can now have physical contact. Vaccinated residents may also have close contact with a limited number of unvaccinated visitors; the same over time. It takes 1-2 weeks after the last dose before the vaccine provides full protection.; 24/02/2021: Vaccinated elderly people living at home may have close physical contact with a limited number of unvaccinated people; and the same over time. They should not be in close contact with more than national (or local) regulations dictate. The elderly must define who their loved ones are.; 12/02/2022: no more restrictions but a recommendation for vulnerable people to wear masks during period of high infectivity; In the event of birth and serious illness; institutions are asked to arrange visits even for relatives / companions who have tested positive for covid-19; restrictions on visits may be introduced to protect particularly vulnerable patients; such as the unvaccinated; critically ill and patients with a weakened immune system.;

02.08.2022

Gyms; water park and swimming pools can open to the general audience; provided that sound measures for infection control are followed. Amusement parks may reopen. Since January 2021: Government established three-level system for measures to be implemented in a municipality and surrounding municipalities in the event of an outbreak of infection. There are three measure levels: Measure level A; B and C; measure level A being the most stringent measures; while measure level C has the least strict measures. Governments keeps website listing which municipalities are under a specific level and thus which measures apply. Link included above.

01.08.2022

Cultural and sporting events are banned like all businesses in the catering industry with the exception of catering establishments where food is served; i.e. canteens and eateries can make it possible for visitors to keep at least 1 meter distance. Food must not be served as a buffet. The catering industry includes restaurants; bars; pubs; and nightlife.

25.07.2022

From 15th May sports centres can re-open; following measures including groups of maximum 20 people at a time; 1st June swimming lessons were opened and allowed; following distancing measures;

25.07.2022

3rd January: All organized leisure activities and sports activities indoors are recommended to be postponed until after 19 January; 18th January: Local exercises and leisure activities for children and young people are no longer discouraged. Children and young people under the age of 20 can train and participate in leisure activities as normal; both indoors and outdoors.

25.07.2022

18/01/2021: Organized leisure activities and sports activities indoors are recommended to be postponed. Exception: Local exercises and leisure activities for children and young people are no longer discouraged. Children and young people under the age of 20 can train and participate in leisure activities as normal; both indoors and outdoors. Government established three-level system for measures to be implemented in a municipality and surrounding municipalities in the event of an outbreak of infection. There are three measure levels: Measure level A; B and C; measure level A being the most stringent measures; while measure level C has the least strict measures. Governments keeps website listing which municipalities are under a specific level and thus which measures apply. Link included above.;25/03/2021:Indoor organized sports and leisure activities for adults are prohibited; with the exception of top professional athletes. Fitness centers can only be open to the municipality's own residents. There will be exceptions for residents outside the municipality when it comes to rehabilitation; individual training and treatment. Swimming pools will be closed; but may be open to children at swimming training and people who need the pool for rehabilitation.

25.07.2022

25/03/2021: Indoor organized sports and leisure activities for adults are prohibited; with the exception of top professional athletes. Fitness centers can only be open to the municipality's own residents. There will be exceptions for residents outside the municipality when it comes to rehabilitation; individual training and treatment. Swimming pools will be closed; but may be open to children at swimming training and people who need the pool for rehabilitation.; 16/04/2021: step-wise re-opening. Adults will be able to access sports centre etc; with limited group size.

07.07.2022

02/06/2020: Guidance provided on physical distancing; including people's close circle; 6th June: definition of 'close circle' provided - 'You can decide who is in your closest circle; but they should not be too many and they should be the same people over time'; 27/10/2020: In private homes; gardens or cabins; you should not have more than 5 guests in addition to household members. If all the guests are from the same household; there can be more. This means that two families can meet even if they have many children. For private gatherings; there can be up to 50 guests. Private gatherings are where family; friends and acquaintances; school pupils or colleagues can gather in social events (e.g. birthday parties; christenings; weddings; school balls or work parties) in a public place or in rented or borrowed premises. See point 6 above for the definition of a private gathering. Municipalities can introduce stricter measures locally based on the transmission situation both for private gatherings and for events. See your municipality's website for information about local measures; 09/11/2020: measure re-iterated and reminded in response to the new surge in cases throughout the country. special note: Kindergarten and primary school children may mix with their cohort when not at their institution; 10/12/2020: Over the Christmas and new year period: Two days during the Christmas and New Year one can either have; or participate in; the company of up to 10 guests; as well as those living in the household; as long as a 1-m distance can be kept. With the exception of these two days; the current national recommendation continues to be private gatherings of a maximum of 5 guests. ; 06/01/2021: Avoid having guests in household until 19th January. A maximum of five people at private gatherings outside their own home; such as a birthday party in rented premises. If there are more than five people in the same household; of course everyone in the household can meet; 18th January: The recommendation to avoid visiting at home is not continued. This means it is allowed again to have up to 5 guests in addition to those who already live together; but all should still limit social contact. ; 29/01/2021: continued recommendation to have maximum 5 guests in a household and preferable outdoors.; 01/01/2021: Government established three-level system for measures to be implemented in a municipality and surrounding municipalities in the event of an outbreak of infection. There are three measure levels: Measure level A; B and C; measure level A being the most stringent measures; while measure level C has the least strict measures. Governments keeps website listing which municipalities are under a specific level and thus which measures apply. Link included above. 23/02/2021: continues recommendation of max 5 guests in household. 23/03/2021: Limit social contacts as much as possible and look to meet just a few and the same contacts over time. Maximum two guests in a household. If living in an area with high level of infection; there should be no overnight visits (receiving visits or going on visits). Exceptions made for people living alone and for < 20 years olds (overnight visits by one to two regular friends allowed). 16/04/2021: It is encouraged to meet others outdoors; and not be visited by more than five guests. If all the guests come from the same household; there may be several; but you must be able to keep your distance (new). Maximum ten people at private gatherings indoors outside in their own home; such as birthdays in rented premises. Maximum 20 people outdoors. Children in the same cohort in kindergarten or primary school can meet with a necessary number of adults as facilitators; 27/05/2021: Private gatherings that do not take place in private homes; gardens and cottages; the number is increased indoors from 10 to 20 people and outdoors from 20 to 30. This applies; for example; to celebrations in rented premises or in public places. In private homes; the number of people you are recommended to have increases from five to ten; as long as you can keep a distance of 1 meter; 18/06/2021 phase 3 of re-opening: Maximum of 20 guests can be hosted in a home/house. Protected persons are not included in the count. Outdoor gatherings are still advised/preferable; 08/07/2021: Up to 100 people at a public venue or in a rented/borrowed venue indoors or outdoors. Up to 20 guests in private homes; 28/07/2021: The invitation to meet outdoors still applies. When visiting home; it is encouraged to have no more than 20 guests; 25/09/2021: lifting of restrictions on how many people can be together at events.

30.06.2022

03/12/2021 (Oslo) - 06/12/21 (Vestland) Restrictions for private indoor events: up to 100 people in a public place or in rented / borrowed premises.

30.06.2022

02/12/2021 Number of people for indoor events without fixed allocated seats of up to 600 (in cohorts of 200). Maximum of 50 people at public indoor events without fixed allocated seats; with fixed allocated seats 3 cohorts of 200 people with 2 meters distance are allowed at public indoor events.

19.05.2022

Visitors to care centres again allowed; though on case-by-case decision of the health staff under consideration of risks and benefits.;03/02/2021: If both the nursing home resident and the visitor have been vaccinated; they can now have physical contact. Vaccinated residents may also have close contact with a limited number of unvaccinated visitors; the same over time. It takes 1-2 weeks after the last dose before the vaccine provides full protection.; 24/02/2021: Vaccinated elderly people living at home may have close physical contact with a limited number of unvaccinated people; and the same over time. They should not be in close contact with more than national (or local) regulations dictate. The elderly must define who their loved ones are.; 12/02/2022: no more restrictions but a recommendation for vulnerable people to wear masks during period of high infectivity; In the event of birth and serious illness; institutions are asked to arrange visits even for relatives / companions who have tested positive for covid-19; restrictions on visits may be introduced to protect particularly vulnerable patients; such as the unvaccinated; critically ill and patients with a weakened immune system.;

26.04.2022

First site publication 6 March; exact date for this measure not clear; extra cleaning of public transport.

15.03.2022

Young people and adults who have been with friends and in other situations where they have not been one metre apart; should stay two metres away from people in the risk group.

15.03.2022

A maximum of 20 people is allowed indoors at a private gathering in a public place; in borrowed or rented premises. No more than 10 guests are allowed at home (in addition to the hosting household). ; 15/12/2021: at private events: indoors maximum 30 people; outdoors: maximum 50 people.; 12/02/2022 Regulated requirements for infection-prudent operation in the covid-19 regulations are repealed. This means that there are no longer any special requirements for organizers related to the size of events / gatherings or requirements to facilitate distance.;

22.02.2022

13/12/2021 entertainment venues will be closed. Swimming pools; water park; spa and hotel pool; and gyms can only be kept open for individual training; rehabilitation; swimming lessons; swimming training and competitions.; 01/02/2022 Amusement parks; playgrounds; gaming halls and the like can reopen; but they must have infection control-sound operation.;

15.02.2022

13/12/2021: maximum of 20 people at public indoor events without fixed allocated seats; with fixed allocated seats 50 people are allowed. Memorial services after funerals and burials can have a maximum of 50 people indoors and outdoors. The funeral itself is considered a public event.; 15/01/2022 In public events indoors without fixed allocated places are permitted maximum 30 people and with fixed allocated places; max 200 people.; 01/02/2022 There is no longer a recommendation for a number limit on guests at home; nor is there a number limit for events indoors or outdoors.;

15.02.2022

13/12/2021 Outdoor public events: Up to 100 people without fixed; allocated seats and up to 200 x 3 with fixed; allocated seats.; 15/01/2022 In public outdoor events without fixed allocated places are permitted max 200 people; and with fixed allocated places are permitted max 3 x 200 people.; 01/02/ 2022 There is no longer a recommendation for a number limit on guests at home; nor is there a number limit for events indoors or outdoors.; 12/02/2022 There are no special rules related to events anymore; apart from general infection control recommendations to the population.;

15.02.2022

Municipalities can have local advice about face mask use. Check the recommendations for the use of face masks that apply where you are. People should wear face masks on public transit when they can't maintain a 1 m distance - children under secondary school age are not recommended to wear face masks; children under the age of 2 shall not wear a face mask. 01/2021: Government established three-level system for measures to be implemented in a municipality and surrounding municipalities in the event of an outbreak of infection. There are three measure levels: Measure level A; B and C; measure level A being the most stringent measures; while measure level C has the least strict measures. Governments keep website listing which municipalities are under a specific level and thus which measures apply. Link included above ; 15/02/2021: continued recommendations to use face masks in settings where there is close contact and 1m cannot be kept; underlining that the face mask shall not replace other physical distancing measures. 23/03/2021: the recommended safe distance changed from 1-meter to 2-meters. The use of face masks is recommended in places where a two-meter distance cannot be kept. 14/08/2021: In situations with increased risk of transmission and where it is difficult to keep distance; face masks can be recommended as part of the measures to reduce the risk of transmission. Face masks may be used in addition to; but not replace; other measures. Municipalities can have local advice about face mask use.; 30/11/2021 National recommendation to use face masks in contact with the health and care service and to use face masks on public transport; in taxis; in shops and in shopping centers where it is not possible to keep the distance.; 03/12/2021 Use face mask in shops; malls; public transport; taxi; where it is not possible to keep the distance. ; 13/12/2021 Face masks are required indoors at events; libraries and museums but does not apply while sitting at a table at a restaurant. ; 13/01/2022: Mandatory use of face masks when it is not possible to keep at least 1 meter distance in shops; malls; restaurants (not at the table); public transport; taxis and indoor station areas.; 12/02/2022 Regulated requirements for face masks are repealed.;

27.01.2022

03/12/2021 (Oslo) - 06/12/21 (Vestland) Restrictions for private indoor events: up to 100 people in a public place or in rented / borrowed premises.

27.01.2022

02/12/2021 (Oslo; Viken) - 03/12/21 (Vestland) Mandatory for the use of face masks where it is not possible to keep at least one meter distance in shops; malls; restaurants; public transport; indoor station areas and taxis. The obligation to wear a face mask does not apply to children under the age of 12; or to those who for medical or other reasons cannot wear a face mask. It is also recommended to wear a face mask where there are a lot of people and it is difficult to keep your distance. The obligation to wear a face mask does not apply while sitting in a fixed space or at a table in a restaurant.

27.01.2022

07/12/2021 Restaurants with a liquor license must ensure that all clients are seated. Alcohol can only be served at the tables and the service stops at 24:00.; 13/12/2021 Bars are no longer allowed to be open. Restaurants shall not carry out activities that naturally involve less distance between guests than 1 meter (e.g. dancing).; 15/01/2022 Restaurant must ensure that everyone keep a distance of 1 meter from each other. Face masks must be used when it is not possible to hold the meter; except while sitting at the table. Pouring stops from 23.00 in places with a liquor license.

20.01.2022

02/12/2021 Number of people for indoor events without fixed allocated seats of up to 600 (in cohorts of 200). Maximum of 50 people at public indoor events without fixed allocated seats; with fixed allocated seats 3 cohorts of 200 people with 2 meters distance are allowed at public indoor events.

23.11.2021

25/03/2021: Amusement parks; bingo halls and similar entertainment facilities are closed; 25/09/2021: Number restrictions and distance requirements for cultural events have been removed. Activities can be carried out as usual.

23.11.2021

16/04/2021: Adults can conduct organized activity indoors in groups of up to 10 people; and outdoors in groups of up to 20 people; as long as they can keep at least one meter away. Children and young people under the age of 20 can exercise and participate in leisure activities as normal. They are exempt from the recommendation of a meter distance. If children and young people train / practice with a team; an association or similar in another municipality; they will be able to compete with this team / this association as long as the infection situation allows. Children and young people under the age of 20 who engage in sports that do not involve close contact; can participate in sports events outdoors that gather participants from the same sports district or region where the region is used as a geographical division; 27/05/2021 Recommended group size for organized training in grassroots sports and cultural and leisure activities is increased for adults over the age of 20: From 10 to 20 people indoors; and from 20 to 30 people outdoors. Several groups can be active at the same time; provided that they are kept separate in different cohorts; 08/07/2021: The recommended group size for adults is up to 30 people indoors and up to 40 people outdoors; 28/07/2021: Participants in sports; cultural and leisure activities are exempted from the recommendation of a distance of 1 meter; both outdoors and indoors; where it is necessary to carry out the activity. This allows for training in contact sports for adults. For adults; the group size is recommended to be up to 30 people indoors and 40 people outdoors; 25/09/2021: Activities can be carried out as usual.

23.11.2021

01/06/2020: Bars and other establishments that do not sell food can open as long as they can comply with the social distancing rule of 1 metre. Requirements on seating and table service will be set out in regulations; 12/10/2020: national requirement is maintained that bars and restaurants must ensure 1m distance is kept and that contact details of customers are taken and kept for a maximum of 14 days after their visit; 13/10/2020: the ban on serving alcohol after midnight is lifted. Government has lifted national-level alcohol serving measure with prerequisite that regions and municipalities use them accordingly based on their local epidemiological situation; 09/11/2020: ban on serving alcohol after midnight and these bars cannot let new guests in after 22:00; 01/01/2021: Government established three-level system for measures to be implemented in a municipality and surrounding municipalities in the event of an outbreak of infection. There are three measure levels: Measure level A; B and C; measure level A being the most stringent measures; while measure level C has the least strict measures. Governments keeps website listing which municipalities are under a specific level and thus which measures apply. Link included above; 25/03/2021: National ban on serving alcohol; 18/06/2021: The bar stop at 24:00 is repealed; 08/07/ 2021: No admission after midnight. A requirement to register guests; only serve alcohol at tables; a reduced number of guests; seats for all guests; and a distance requirement; 28/07/2021: extension of previous rules; 25/09/2021: end to the requirement for table service and admission stops.

05.10.2021

18/06/2021: When certificates and/or testing are used: a) outdoors with fixed seats - 50% capacity up to 5000 people (500 x 10 cohorts) b) outdoors without fixed seats - 50% capacity up to a maximum of 2000 people (500 x 4 cohorts) c) Indoors with fixed seats - 50% capacity up to 2500 people (500 x 5 cohorts) d) indoors without fixed seats - 50% capacity up to 1000 people (500 x 2 cohorts). When certificates or testing are not used: a) outdoors with fixed seats - up to 2000 people (500 x 4 cohorts) b) outdoors without fixed seats - up to 800 people (200 x 4 cohorts) c) indoors with fixed seats - up to 1000 people (500 x 2 cohorts) d) Indoors without fixed seats - up to 400 people (200 x 2 cohorts); 28/07/2021 When COVID certificates and/or testing are not used: a) indoors without fixed seats - up to 400 people (200 x 2 cohorts) b) indoors with fixed seats - up to 1000 (500 x 2 cohorts) c) outdoors with fixed seats - up to 800 people (200 x 4 cohorts) d) outdoors with fixed seats - up to 2000 people (500 x 4 cohorts). When certificates and/or testing are used: a) indoors without fixed seats - 50% capacity and up to 1500 people b) indoors with fixed seats - 50% capacity and up to 3000 people c) outdoors without fixed seats - up to 3000 people d) outdoors with fixed seats - up to 7000 people. The rest remains unchanged; 25/09/2021: lifting of restrictions on how many people can be together at events.

05.10.2021

02/06/2020: Guidance provided on physical distancing; including people's close circle; 6th June: definition of 'close circle' provided - 'You can decide who is in your closest circle; but they should not be too many and they should be the same people over time'; 27/10/2020: In private homes; gardens or cabins; you should not have more than 5 guests in addition to household members. If all the guests are from the same household; there can be more. This means that two families can meet even if they have many children. For private gatherings; there can be up to 50 guests. Private gatherings are where family; friends and acquaintances; school pupils or colleagues can gather in social events (e.g. birthday parties; christenings; weddings; school balls or work parties) in a public place or in rented or borrowed premises. See point 6 above for the definition of a private gathering. Municipalities can introduce stricter measures locally based on the transmission situation both for private gatherings and for events. See your municipality's website for information about local measures; 09/11/2020: measure re-iterated and reminded in response to the new surge in cases throughout the country. special note: Kindergarten and primary school children may mix with their cohort when not at their institution; 10/12/2020: Over the Christmas and new year period: Two days during the Christmas and New Year one can either have; or participate in; the company of up to 10 guests; as well as those living in the household; as long as a 1-m distance can be kept. With the exception of these two days; the current national recommendation continues to be private gatherings of a maximum of 5 guests. ; 06/01/2021: Avoid having guests in household until 19th January. A maximum of five people at private gatherings outside their own home; such as a birthday party in rented premises. If there are more than five people in the same household; of course everyone in the household can meet; 18th January: The recommendation to avoid visiting at home is not continued. This means it is allowed again to have up to 5 guests in addition to those who already live together; but all should still limit social contact. ; 29/01/2021: continued recommendation to have maximum 5 guests in a household and preferable outdoors. Since January 2021: Government established three-level system for measures to be implemented in a municipality and surrounding municipalities in the event of an outbreak of infection. There are three measure levels: Measure level A; B and C; measure level A being the most stringent measures; while measure level C has the least strict measures. Governments keeps website listing which municipalities are under a specific level and thus which measures apply. Link included above. 23/02/2021: continues recommendation of max 5 guests in household. 23/03/2021: Limit social contacts as much as possible and look to meet just a few and the same contacts over time. Maximum two guests in a household. If living in an area with high level of infection; there should be no overnight visits (receiving visits or going on visits). Exceptions made for people living alone and for < 20 years olds (overnight visits by one to two regular friends allowed). 16/04/2021: It is encouraged to meet others outdoors; and not be visited by more than five guests. If all the guests come from the same household; there may be several; but you must be able to keep your distance (new). Maximum ten people at private gatherings indoors outside in their own home; such as birthdays in rented premises. Maximum 20 people outdoors. Children in the same cohort in kindergarten or primary school can meet with a necessary number of adults as facilitators; 27/05/2021: Private gatherings that do not take place in private homes; gardens and cottages; the number is increased indoors from 10 to 20 people and outdoors from 20 to 30. This applies; for example; to celebrations in rented premises or in public places. In private homes; the number of people you are recommended to have increases from five to ten; as long as you can keep a distance of 1 meter; 18/06/2021 phase 3 of re-opening: Maximum of 20 guests can be hosted in a home/house. Protected persons are not included in the count. Outdoor gatherings are still advised/preferable; 08/07/2021: Up to 100 people at a public venue or in a rented/borrowed venue indoors or outdoors. Up to 20 guests in private homes; 28/07/2021: The invitation to meet outdoors still applies. When visiting home; it is encouraged to have no more than 20 guests; 25/09/2021: lifting of restrictions on how many people can be together at events.

24.06.2021

27th May: At public indoor events; the number of people who can be present without the use of fixed; allocated seats is increased from 10 to 50 people. Maximum 200 people at indoor events where everyone in the audience sits on fixed; assigned seats 14th June: The corona certificate is introduced for domestic use at stage 3 of the government's reopening plan. The corona certificate can then be used on larger events and coastal cruises domestically. In larger events; a negative coronary test is equated with vaccination and immunity after covid-19. 18th June: different recommendations on max number people pending use of certificates and testing

24.06.2021

27th May: At public indoor events; the number of people who can be present without the use of fixed; allocated seats is increased from 10 to 50 people. Maximum 200 people at indoor events where everyone in the audience sits on fixed; assigned seats 14th June: The corona certificate is introduced for domestic use at stage 3 of the government's reopening plan. The corona certificate can then be used on larger events and coastal cruises domestically. In larger events; a negative coronary test is equated with vaccination and immunity after covid-19. 18th June: different total number allowed depending on whether certificates and testing are used.

24.06.2021

16th April: Maximum 200 people at outdoor events; but 600 people (divided into 3 cohorts of 200 people) if they sit in fixed designated places and there is a distance of two meters between the cohorts. 14th June: The corona certificate is introduced for domestic use at stage 3 of the government's reopening plan. The corona certificate can then be used on larger events and coastal cruises domestically. In larger events; a negative coronary test is equated with vaccination and immunity after covid-19. 18th June: different recommendations on max number people pending use of certificates and testing

01.06.2021

16th April: Maximum 10 people at indoor events without permanent allocated seats; but still up to 50 people at indoor sports and cultural events that gather participants under the age of 20 from the same municipality. A maximum of 100 people at indoor events where everyone in the audience sits on fixed; assigned seats. 27th May: At public indoor events; the number of people who can be present without the use of fixed; allocated seats is increased from 10 to 50 people. 27th May: Maximum 200 people at indoor events where everyone in the audience sits on fixed; assigned seats

18.05.2021

As of 25 March: We recommend that all planned events be cancelled. If events cannot be postponed; these rules apply: Indoors; 20 people are allowed at events with fixed; designated seating. / Indoors; 50 people are allowed at sports events for people under the age of 20 who belong to sports teams in the same municipality. / Outdoors; only 50 people are allowed at events. /It is allowed with 50 people in funerals and funerals when permanent designated places are used. 16th April: step-wise re-opening starts

18.05.2021

25 March: Indoor organized sports and leisure activities for adults are prohibited; with the exception of top professional athletes. Fitness centers can only be open to the municipality's own residents. There will be exceptions for residents outside the municipality when it comes to rehabilitation; individual training and treatment. Swimming pools will be closed; but may be open to children at swimming training and people who need the pool for rehabilitation. 16th April: step-wise re-opening. Adults will be able to access sports centre etc; with limited group size.

18.05.2021

As of 25 March: We recommend that all planned events be cancelled. If events cannot be postponed; these rules apply: Indoors; 20 people are allowed at events with fixed; designated seating. / Indoors; 50 people are allowed at sports events for people under the age of 20 who belong to sports teams in the same municipality. / Outdoors; only 50 people are allowed at events. / It is allowed with 50 people in funerals and funerals when permanent designated places are used. 16th April: step-wise re-opening starts.

19.04.2021

18th January: Organized leisure activities and sports activities indoors are recommended to be postponed. Exception: Local exercises and leisure activities for children and young people are no longer discouraged. Children and young people under the age of 20 can train and participate in leisure activities as normal; both indoors and outdoors. Since January 2021: Government established three-level system for measures to be implemented in a municipality and surrounding municipalities in the event of an outbreak of infection. There are three measure levels: Measure level A; B and C; measure level A being the most stringent measures; while measure level C has the least strict measures. Governments keeps website listing which municipalities are under a specific level and thus which measures apply. Link included above. As of 25 March: Indoor organized sports and leisure activities for adults are prohibited; with the exception of top professional athletes. Fitness centers can only be open to the municipality's own residents. There will be exceptions for residents outside the municipality when it comes to rehabilitation; individual training and treatment. Swimming pools will be closed; but may be open to children at swimming training and people who need the pool for rehabilitation.

19.04.2021

19 February: Indoor public gathering of max 10 people without allocated seats. Indoor public gathering of maximum 100 people where people are allocated seats or specific section on floor; 23rd February: same recommendation continues Since January 2021: Government established three-level system for measures to be implemented in a municipality and surrounding municipalities in the event of an outbreak of infection. There are three measure levels: Measure level A; B and C; measure level A being the most stringent measures; while measure level C has the least strict measures. Governments keeps website listing which municipalities are under a specific level and thus which measures apply. Link included above. As of 25 March: We recommend that all planned events be cancelled. If events cannot be postponed; these rules apply: Indoors; 20 people are allowed at events with fixed; designated seating. / Indoors; 50 people are allowed at sports events for people under the age of 20 who belong to sports teams in the same municipality. / Outdoors; only 50 people are allowed at events. /It is allowed with 50 people in funerals and funerals when permanent designated places are used.

19.04.2021

As of 12th October: At outdoor events where the audience sits in fixed seats; events of maximum 600 people; divided into groups of 200; allowed. Organiser must ensure 2m rule is kept for people in different groups. Lifting/easing of this national measures requires that local authorities ensure robust prevention and control practices (i.e. introduce necessary measures based on their epidemiological situation).It is allowed to have events in public places for up to 200 people at the same time indoors and outdoors (e.g. at sporting events; cinemas; at concerts; in churches; in mosques; at courses; conferences or seminars; at exhibitions and markets). Municipalities can introduce stricter measures locally based on the transmission situation both for private gatherings and for events. See your municipality's website for information about local measures; 9th November: measure remains the same; 19th February: Maximum 200 people at outdoor events; but 200 people x 3 cohorts if they sit in fixed assigned places and there is a two meter distance between the cohorts. Since January 2021: Government established three-level system for measures to be implemented in a municipality and surrounding municipalities in the event of an outbreak of infection. There are three measure levels: Measure level A; B and C; measure level A being the most stringent measures; while measure level C has the least strict measures. Governments keeps website listing which municipalities are under a specific level and thus which measures apply. Link included above. As of 25 March: We recommend that all planned events be cancelled. If events cannot be postponed; these rules apply: Indoors; 20 people are allowed at events with fixed; designated seating. / Indoors; 50 people are allowed at sports events for people under the age of 20 who belong to sports teams in the same municipality. / Outdoors; only 50 people are allowed at events. / It is allowed with 50 people in funerals and funerals when permanent designated places are used.

26.03.2021

Gyms; water park and swimming pools can open to the general audience; provided that sound measures for infection control are followed. Amusement parks may reopen. Since January 2021: Government established three-level system for measures to be implemented in a municipality and surrounding municipalities in the event of an outbreak of infection. There are three measure levels: Measure level A; B and C; measure level A being the most stringent measures; while measure level C has the least strict measures. Governments keeps website listing which municipalities are under a specific level and thus which measures apply. Link included above.

25.02.2021

As of 15th June: events of maximum 200 people allowed. It is allowed to have events in public places for up to 200 people at the same time indoors and outdoors (e.g. at sporting events; cinemas; at concerts; in churches; in mosques; at courses; conferences or seminars; at exhibitions and markets). Municipalities can introduce stricter measures locally based on the transmission situation both for private gatherings and for events. See your municipality's website for information about local measures. Mass events involving more than 500 people banned until at least Sep 1 2020; 9th November: Indoor events and unseated; only 50 people allowed (indoor fixed seating events are allowed for 200 people); 4 January 2021: Indoor unseated maximum 10 people allowed. Indoor seated events max 200 people allowed; 19 February: indoor public gathering of max 10 people without allocated seats. indoor public gathering of maximum 100 people where people are allocated seats of section on floor.

01.02.2021

3rd January: All organized leisure activities and sports activities indoors are recommended to be postponed until after 19 January; 18th January: Local exercises and leisure activities for children and young people are no longer discouraged. Children and young people under the age of 20 can train and participate in leisure activities as normal; both indoors and outdoors.

08.12.2020

First published website 6 March; last update on 19 March 2020.

08.12.2020

12th March: Day-care centres; schools and universities are closed; as are large and small businesses; restaurants; fitness centres and concert venues. 20th April: Most bars; restaurants and other establishments serving food and drink will remain closed; except those that serve food; are able to ensure that a distance of at least two metres is maintained between customers and personnel; and can meet basic infection control requirements.

08.12.2020

Gyms; water park and swimming pools can open to the general audience; provided that sound measures for infection control are followed. Amusement parks may reopen.

04.12.2020

From 15th May sports centres can re-open; following measures including groups of maximum 20 people at a time; 1st June swimming lessons were opened and allowed; following distancing measures;

04.12.2020

Recommendation not to visit healthcare settings and requirement for entry control to prevent introduction of infection to health institutions.

06.11.2020

Non-essential shops closure: Partially closed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 07 November 2020 to TBD

UPDATE 5 November 2020: national bar stop at 24.00. Restaurants with a liquor license cannot let in new guests after kl. 22.00. The change will take effect at midnight, the night before Saturday 7 November. ONLY FOR OSLO, AS OF 10 NOV 2020: bar stop with a ban on alcohol serving. Restaurants can stay open without serving alcohol. The following measure continue to be applied: stop in admission to nightclubs at 10 pm. UPDATE 27 October 2020: municipalities are required to increase supervision to ensure that restaurants and events comply with the infection control rules. SPECIFICALLY FOR OSLO: - Mandatory to wear a face mask in restaurants when not sitting at a table. - Restaurants are not allowed in new guests after 22:00. - Ban on more than 20 people at indoor events without fixed seats. UPDATE October: leisure-places are open, but with measures in place for distancing, like restaurants need 1 metre between tables, hygiene measures, etc. UPDATE 7 August 2020: On 7 August 2020 the government announced a tightening of the containment measures against Covid19 spread. Due to the recently observed increase in infection in society, the government introduced a national ban on open restaurants with alcohol after midnight. The ban applies from Saturday 8 August. Moreover, there is a ban on all events with more than 200 people. At the beginning of September, the government will make a new assessment of the reopening and infection situation in Norway. UPDATE 15 June: the following changes are intended: • Intention to open fitness centres, provided that the health authorities in collaboration with the sector have come up with sufficient contagion measures. • Intention to open water parks and swimming pools in general, provided that the health authorities, in collaboration with the industry, have come up with sufficient contagion measures • Series games in top football will be allowed from June 16 as a separate exemption to the Covid-19 regulations. All service-sector establishments like training centres, swimming pools, places where food/beverages are served if the minimum distance of 1 m cannot be ensured among clients are closed. All other services can open from 27 April if they can meet new standards/criteria for contagion control. Sports halls can open. There is a ban on the use of wardrobes in sports halls. As of 1st of June it opens up for organized swimming, including school swimming.

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 09 November 2020 to TBD

UPDATE 5 November 2020 on gatherings and events: limit of up to 20 people at private gatherings in public places and in rented premises. At other types of events you can be several. The limit is then up to 50 people at indoor events without fixed seats and up to 200 people at events where everyone in the audience sits in fixed seats. The change will take effect at midnight, the night before Monday 9 November. ONLY FOR OSLO, AS OF 10 NOV 2020: the following measure continue "restriction of participants at all indoor events without fixed seating is reduced from 50 to 20 people". UPDATE 27 October 2020: at private events, the limit on the number of participants goes from 20 to 50. If it is a public event, it can be 200 people. In Oslo, ban on more than 20 people at indoor events without fixed seats. UPDATE October 2020: partially closed as there are restrictions on number of people, distancing, etc. Different restrictions on indoor and outdoor events. UPDATE 7 August 2020: On 7 August 2020 the government announced a tightening of the containment measures against Covid19 spread. Due to the recently observed increase in infection in society, the government introduced a national ban on open restaurants with alcohol after midnight. The ban applies from Saturday 8 August. Moreover, there is a ban on all events with more than 200 people. At the beginning of September, the government will make a new assessment of the reopening and infection situation in Norway. PREVIOUS INFO: - Series games in top football will be allowed from June 16 as a separate exemption to the Covid-19 regulations. - As of 15 June events for up to 200 people will open. - As of 1st June amusement parks can open. - As of 7 May 2020 events with up to 50 participants are allowed in a public place, where participants can keep at least 1-meter distance from each other and where there is a responsible organizer. This applies to all types of events. - Sports-events: organized training will be permitted as long as recommendations for distancing and size of groups are followed (i.e. they can be carried out for up to 20 people who keep at least 1-meter distance). - The recommended size of groups in private contexts is increased from five to a maximum of 20 persons, provided that one can keep at least 1-meter distance.

20.10.2020

As of 15th June: events of maximum 200 people allowed. Mass events involving more than 500 people banned until at least Sep 1 2020. As of 16th October; outdoor events of up to 600 people will be allowed; dividing the people into groups of 200. 1m requirement between seats at seated events.

06.10.2020

Events of Maximum 50 people allowed

06.10.2020

First published website 6 March; last update on 19 March. Cultural and sports events cancelled; no size limit.

05.04.2020

Recommendation to stay at home for risk groups; e.g. Over 65.

21.03.2020

First published website 6 March; last update on 19 March. Request not to visit elderly or other vulnerable populations.

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