En De
Total doses
given
11.4M
People fully
vaccinated
4M
% Fully
vaccinated
74.06%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Quarantine:

04.05.2022

Quarantine requirement at government designated site.- subject to categorisation.

COVID-19 travel restrictions were lifted in Norway. Providing proof of vaccination, recovery from COVID-19 or negative test results is not required.

26.04.2022

Confirmed cases required to remain in isolation. ; 30/11/2021 If you are infected with covid-19; you must stay in isolation for five days. This applies regardless of whether you have been vaccinated or not; and you must have been without fever for 24 hours before ending the isolation.; 12/02/2022 Regulated requirements for isolation are repealed and replaced with a recommendation that adults who have been confirmed infected with covid-19 stay at home for 4 days from the start of symptoms and in any case until they have been fever-free for one day except from children of kindergarten age and school students; who are only recommended to stay at home if they are ill.; 12/02/2022: Regulated requirements for isolation are repealed and replaced with a recommendation that adults who have been confirmed infected with covid-19 stay at home for 4 days from the start of symptoms and in any case until they have been fever-free for one day.;

26.04.2022

11/06/21 fully vaccinated and people who have had covid-19 in the last 6 months will not be in quarantine. ; 01/07/21 updated regulations in the source above. ; 30/11/2021 If you live with someone who is infected; you must stay at home in quarantine until you have a negative test. The rule applies to adults; whether they have been vaccinated or unvaccinated. If you have been vaccinated; you must stay in quarantine until you receive a negative test; but are obliged to be tested again no later than seven days. If you are unvaccinated; you must stay in quarantine until you receive a negative test; but are obliged to test yourself daily for seven days with a rapid test or every other day with a PCR test. Children living with someone who is infected are not obliged to get tested; but it is recommended. ; 09/12/2021 The quarantine obligation for close contacts with a confirmed infection where there is a suspicion of omicron; is extended to also apply to other close contacts; not just household members. ; 15/01/2022 Close contacts who are members of the household or equivalent close to the infected person must be in quarantine for 10 days after the last close contact; other close contacts do not have a quarantine obligation; but it is recommended to test 3 days after close contact; and a new test 2 days later (day 5).; 26/01/2022: The 10-day infection quarantine can be replaced with daily testing for household members and similar relatives.; 12/02/2022: all quarantine and isolation rules repealed.

15.03.2022

11/06/2021: measure becomes partial as fully vaccinated and those who have had COVID-19 in the last six months will be exempted from entry quarantine; 08/07/2021: travellers arriving in Norway from areas subject to a duty to quarantine must quarantine at a suitable location or a quarantine hotel. People staying at a quarantine hotel may complete the rest of their quarantine in their own home/other suitable accommodation if they present a negative result from a test taken no sooner than 3 days after arrival. People who can document their status as fully vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 using an EU Digital COVID Certificate are exempt from the duty to quarantine/test/register. Travellers who have visited the UK must complete travel quarantine at a quarantine hotel due to the prevalence of the Delta variant of the virus; 02/08/2021: The Government has decided that changes will be made to the entry restrictions and quarantine requirements for several regions in the Nordic region; several countries in Europe; and some third countries; 23/08/2021: entry restrictions and quarantine requirements for several regions in the Nordic region; two countries in Europe; and some third countries take effect; 27/08/2021: The government has decided not to introduce entry restrictions and quarantine requirements for new countries or regions. For Åland in Finland; quarantine requirements are lifted and for some countries in Europe and selected archipelagos; requirements for quarantine hotels are lifted; 03/09/2021: The government has decided to introduce quarantine requirements for Romania; 25/09/2021: The entry quarantine only applies to travellers from red; dark red; purple and gray countries. Exceptions are people who have either been fully vaccinated or have undergone coronary heart disease in the last six months; 19/11/2021: Entry quarantine only applies to travellers from red; dark red; purple and gray countries who do not have a valid; verifiable corona certificate.;27/11/2021 Everyone who arrives in Norway after having stayed in the affected countries is obliged to complete the test before entry; test on arrival; test after 7 days and to be in the entry quarantine for 10 days; regardless vaccination status. Persons who have resided in the relevant countries after 16 November 2021 and arrived in Norway before 27 November 2021 recommended to be in the entry quarantine for 10 days from the date of arrival.;29/11/2021 The entry quarantine only applies to travellers from red; dark red and gray countries (countries and areas outside the EEA / Schengen and the United Kingdom). The entry quarantine can also be shortened for all travellers by negative PCR test taken no earlier than three days after arrival. ; 03/12/2021 From week 49 onwards; travellers from red areas are required to stay in quarantine.;13/12/2021 Requirements for entry quarantine; all countries in red and dark red.; 22/12/2021 The special measures aimed at travellers from the eight countries in southern Africa; which will be held on 22 December at 24.00 are discontinued.; 07/01/2022 Romania has no requirements for entry.; 26/01/2022: The government is abolishing the requirement for entry quarantine; because it is no longer considered necessary for infection control.;

23.11.2021

First published on the website on 06/03/2021; last update on 19/03/2021. Contacts of cases quarantined for 14 days (symptoms or not); should be in quarantine thus mandatory. ;07/05/2021: Quarantine time decreased to 10 days. An indication that testing is performed as part of the quarantine. ; 10/06/2021: updated preparedness plan; including the management of cases and close contacts.

17.11.2021

Update: stop to data collection from the Smittestopp app.

24.06.2021

As of 29 March: People who return to Norway after unnecessary trips abroad must spend the entire quarantine period in quarantine hotels. This takes effect from midnight; night to Monday 29 March. 28th April: Tightened entry measures for travelers from Bangladesh; India; Iraq; Nepal and Pakistan. Quarantine hotel orders are being introduced for all travelers from Bangladesh; India; Iraq; Nepal and Pakistan with very few exceptions. This means that travelers who have been on necessary trips in these countries must also be quarantined in hotels. 9th May: from 9 May at 12 introduces an order for quarantine hotels for all travelers from countries outside the EEA / Schengen. This applies regardless of the purpose of the trip. There are a few exceptions. 27th May: Requirement to quarantine upon arrival to Norway is now based on the infection burden of country of arrival. this allow travellers from EU/EEA countries and the UK that have a low infection rate to avoid quarantine requirement. Travellers arriving from non-EU/EEA and UK in principle are still required to quarantine (in quarantine hotel until test negative at earliest day 7). 2nd June: while waiting for travel certificates for international travel to be ready by 11th June; Until 11 June; we will introduce a temporary solution which means that travelers do not have to stay in quarantine hotels; but can take the quarantine at home or in another suitable place ; if they can document on the border at helsenorge.no that they have been vaccinated or have had covid-19 the last six months. The police at the border are tasked with checking the digital information. 3rd June: if the parents are exempt from quarantine hotels; we believe it is not necessary or proportionate that the parents have to go to quarantine hotels because of their children; 4th June: more people can now go through their post-travel quarantine from home; rather than from quarantine hotels. 4th June: Protected persons (people who have been fully vaccinated; people who have received one dose; and it has been 3 to 15 weeks since they received the dose; people who have had corona in the last six months) can leave the entry quarantine if they test negative on a PCR test taken three days after arrival in Norway. From 11th June: measure becomes partial as fully vaccinated and those who have had covid-19 in the last six months will be exempted from entry quarantine from and including Friday 11 June at 15.

26.05.2021

Quarantine requirement at government designated site.- subject to categorisation.

All travellers (including those who are resident in Norway) allowed to enter Norway from countries or regions that are defined as high-risk areas must complete a 10-day quarantine in a designated hotel.

The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 7 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

Entry quarantine upon arrival in Norway from red countries/regions.

Vaccination does not currently affect quarantine requirements or test recommendations.

19.04.2021

15th July: Red; yellow; green system established to identify countries from which quarantine is required upon entry in Norway. Quarantine for travellers from areas with >20 cases/100k population and more than 5% positive tests on average; 9th November: Everyone who comes to Norway from abroad; with the exception of given areas in the Nordic countries / Europe with a sufficiently low spread of infection (yellow countries / areas); must be quarantined for 10 days. Persons who are to be quarantined after entering Norway must stay in quarantine hotels. This does not apply to persons residing in; or who own a home; in Norway; or if the employer provides a suitable place to stay with a private room. Travelers from 'red countries / areas' must present a certificate of negative covid-19 test when they arrive in Norway. The test must be taken less than 72 hours before entry. If the person does not present such a test; he or she may be refused entry. The requirement does not apply to Norwegians; persons residing in Norway; persons in transit or persons who regularly arrive in Norway from Sweden and Finland to work; 6th January: 'All travellers to Norway must register before crossing the border. This also applies to Norwegian citizens. All travellers to Norway are obliged to test for covid-19 as soon as possible; no later than one day after arrival. All arrivals must be quarantined for ten days. Possible to go out of quarantine after day seven at the earliest if the passenger tests negative for covid-19 twice after arrival. Foreign travellers must also present a negative test taken less than 72 hours before entering Norway. Persons who do not have a permanent home (rented or owned) or a suitable quarantine place through an employer and client in Norway; must stay in a quarantine hotel. (Some groups have exceptions to these rules; such as socially critical personnel and children under 12 years of age).'; 6th March Fully vaccinated health personnel who have critical functions in hospitals or in the municipal health service have special exceptions from quarantine during working hours. The exemption is now extended to include healthcare professionals in critical functions who have received the first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine. The exception applies after a minimum of 3 weeks after the first dose. as of 29 March: People who return to Norway after unnecessary trips abroad must spend the entire quarantine period in quarantine hotels. This takes effect from midnight; night to Monday 29 March.

26.03.2021

15th July: Red; yellow; green system established to identify countries from which quarantine is required upon entry in Norway. Quarantine for travellers from areas with >20 cases/100k population and more than 5% positive tests on average; 9th November: Everyone who comes to Norway from abroad; with the exception of given areas in the Nordic countries / Europe with a sufficiently low spread of infection (yellow countries / areas); must be quarantined for 10 days. Persons who are to be quarantined after entering Norway must stay in quarantine hotels. This does not apply to persons residing in; or who own a home; in Norway; or if the employer provides a suitable place to stay with a private room. Travelers from 'red countries / areas' must present a certificate of negative covid-19 test when they arrive in Norway. The test must be taken less than 72 hours before entry. If the person does not present such a test; he or she may be refused entry. The requirement does not apply to Norwegians; persons residing in Norway; persons in transit or persons who regularly arrive in Norway from Sweden and Finland to work; 6th January: 'All travellers to Norway must register before crossing the border. This also applies to Norwegian citizens. All travellers to Norway are obliged to test for covid-19 as soon as possible; no later than one day after arrival. All arrivals must be quarantined for ten days. Possible to go out of quarantine after day seven at the earliest if the passenger tests negative for covid-19 twice after arrival. Foreign travellers must also present a negative test taken less than 72 hours before entering Norway. Persons who do not have a permanent home (rented or owned) or a suitable quarantine place through an employer and client in Norway; must stay in a quarantine hotel. (Some groups have exceptions to these rules; such as socially critical personnel and children under 12 years of age).'; From 6th March Fully vaccinated health personnel who have critical functions in hospitals or in the municipal health service have special exceptions from quarantine during working hours. The exemption is now extended to include healthcare professionals in critical functions who have received the first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine. The exception applies after a minimum of 3 weeks after the first dose.

08.12.2020

First published website 6 March; last update on 19 March. Contacts of cases quarantined for 14 days (symptoms or not); should be in quarantine. Travel related quarantine mentioned separately. All arriving travellers (except from Sweden or Finland) are requested to self-quarantine for 14 days upon entering Norway; including those who have arrived since 27 February. Extension until 20th August: All people arriving in Norway have to self-quarantine for 14 days (measure will be evaluated continuously). 7th May: Quarantine period decreased from 14 to 10 days; 15July: Colour zone system introduced for presenting travel recommendations based on countries' epidemiological situation.