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

Schools/Univercity closure:

22.06.2022

11/06/2021: 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. Government keeps website listing which municipalities are under a specific level and thus which measures apply. Kindergartens follow the traffic light model of green; yellow or red level of measures according to local assessments by the individual municipality and are ready to change the level of measures in light of changes in the infection situation; 11/10/2021: The individual municipality can still use the traffic light model if large and confusing outbreaks occur; but this is in exceptional cases. The main rule is the normal operation of kindergartens and schools.; 01/02/2022 For kindergartens; schools and adult education; there is a requirement to operate at a green level of measures according to the traffic light model.; 12/02/2022 The requirement for infection control-sound operation in the covid-19 regulations is repealed; thus so is the traffic light model.;

22.06.2022

Kindergartens re-opened on 20 Apr with hand hygiene and physical distancing measures in place. When daycares/kindergartens were closed they had to maintain operations for critical staff in healthcare and other critical functions.

22.04.2022

Kindergartens follow the traffic light model of green; yellow or red level of measures according to local assessments by the individual municipality and are ready to change the level of measures in light of changes in the infection situation; 11/10/2021: The individual municipality can still use the traffic light model if large and confusing outbreaks occur; but this is in exceptional cases. The main rule is the normal operation of kindergartens and schools.; 01/02/2022 For kindergartens; schools and adult education; there is a requirement to operate at a green level of measures according to the traffic light model.; 12/02/2022 The requirement for infection control-sound operation in the covid-19 regulations is repealed; thus so is the traffic light model.;

15.02.2022

07/12/2021 Universities; colleges and vocational colleges should as soon as practically introduce teaching in smaller groups and more digital teaching and should facilitate exams and compulsory courses; either digital or physical.; 13/01/2022 Colleges; universities and vocational colleges are recommended to facilitate more physical education. Smaller groups / problem solving / seminars in classrooms should be limited to a maximum of 30 people with a distance of 1 meter.; 01/02/2022 Colleges; universities and vocational colleges are recommended to strive for full physical presence during teaching. The recommendation of a distance of 1 meter can be deviated from when teaching.

27.01.2022

09/12/2021 For kindergartens and schools; the traffic light model applies. In any case; the recommendation of a distance of 1 meter does not apply to leisure time for children of kindergarten and primary school age; and for everyone under the age of 20; there is an exception to the recommendation also for organized leisure activities. There are also exceptions for adults who work with services for children and young people and vulnerable groups. Children in kindergartens and primary schools may have visits from their own cohort/class / department even if it exceeds the recommended number of guests.; 13/12/2021 All primary and lower secondary schools and kindergartens must be run at a yellow level from no later than Thursday 16 December. Upper secondary schools and adult education must have a red level. Schools and kindergartens must ensure that they are prepared for a rapid transition to the red level. Universities; colleges and vocational colleges must facilitate digital teaching.; 27/12/2021 From 1 January 2022; employees in schools and kindergartens will be exempted from infection quarantine during working hours. Employees who have been in close contact with an infected person can go to work; but must be tested on days 3 and 7 after close contact. The national level of measures will continue at the yellow level in kindergartens and primary schools; and the red level at upper secondary level; from 3 January.; 15/01/2022 Requirements continue for infection control proper operation.;

23.11.2021

19th February: Students can be physically present when teaching at universities; colleges and vocational colleges with reinforced infection control councils. Larger lectures and gatherings should be avoided; but teaching in small groups can be carried out if it is organized in a contagion-wise sound manner. Opening of the campus also includes access to reading rooms and a library with infection control measures; 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; 25/03/2021: move back to digital teaching in universities; colleges and vocational colleges; 16/04/2021: Possible to be on campus with reinforced infection control measures. Access to reading rooms and library. Larger lectures and gatherings should be avoided; teaching in small groups can be carried out; 25/05/2021: introducing use of testing. Record who is present and their seat location to facilitate infection detection; 08/07/2021: More physical teaching (and regular testing); 28/07/2021: Increased physical education. Record who is present and their seat location to facilitate infection detection. Consider the use of regular testing; 25/09/2021: the traffic light model is continued as emergency preparedness measure locally; when the infection situation in the municipality makes it necessary and proportionate with measures in education.

19.04.2021

Kindergartens re-opened on 20Apr with hand hygiene and physical distancing measures in place. When daycares/kindergartens were closed they had to maintain operation for critical staff in healthcare and other critical functions. 4th January: Schools and daycare remain open but there is the introduction of the traffic light system for specific measures required in the school facilities; depending on the local situation and local epidemiology. Ultimate aim is to keep schools open; with stricter infection control requirements when local infection rates are higher. 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 March: updated infection control guides for kindergarten; primary school and secondary school. link included above.

19.04.2021

Primary schools grades 1-4 re-opened 27 Apr 2020; 4th January: Schools and daycare remain open but there is the introduction of the traffic light system for specific measures required in the school facilities; depending on the local situation and local epidemiology. Ultimate aim is to keep schools open; with stricter infection control requirements when local infection rates are higher; 18th January: Schools are back to yellow level. Municipalities with high infection pressure should consider whether there should still be a red level locally. At yellow level attendance is allowed with conditions for infection control. 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 March: updated infection control guides for kindergarten; primary school and secondary school. link included above.

19.04.2021

4 January 2021: All upper secondary schools and secondary schools are moving to the red level. Attendance still permitted but under strict conditions. 18 January 2021: High schools are back to yellow level. Municipalities with high infection pressure should consider whether there should still be a red level locally. at yellow level attendance is allowed with conditions for infection control. 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. 24 Match 2021: Guidance for infection control in schools updated. included recommendations on when to use face masks outside the classroom setting. Link included above.

26.03.2021

All teaching and all planned events at universities; colleges and vocational colleges will go digital until 19 January; 19th February: Students can be physically present when teaching at universities; colleges and vocational colleges with reinforced infection control councils. 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

From the 11th May schools for all age groups could open

25.02.2021

6 March: Upper secondary schools with vocational training re-open 27 April; As of 15th June: Universities; colleges and vocational schools; could begin regular teaching; as long as the regulations and advice on infection control are followed.

25.02.2021

All universities; university colleges and vocational schools must assess whether they can reduce teaching and other activities that can contribute to increased mobility; including pressure on public transport.

06.11.2020

Schools/Univ. closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 05 November 2020 to TBD

UPDATE 5 November 2020: All universities, colleges and vocational colleges must assess whether in the period ahead they can reduce teaching and other activities that contribute to increased mobility, including pressure on public transport. Upper secondary schools and upper secondary schools must prepare for the fact that the level of measures may turn red if the infection rises further. The government is adding several measures that municipalities in residential and working regions with high infection pressure should consider introducing. The Norwegian Directorate of Health and the National Institute of Public Health shall assess exactly which measures are relevant in different regions in the country, so that it is clear which measures are necessary to assess when the infection situation develops. Municipalities in a living and working region that introduce measures should do as much as possible and coordinated as possible. ONLY FOR OSLO, AS OF 10 NOV 2020: a red level will be introduced with reinforced infection control measures and smaller groups in upper secondary school, and a red level is considered to be introduced in upper secondary school in the coming weeks. UPDATE 27 October 2020: SPECIFICALLY FOR OSLO: universities and colleges should have digital teaching where possible. UPDATE October 2020: education facilities are open, but guidelines on distancing, number of people, remote teaching, delivery of kids, food, etc. apply. - Pupils in 5th-10th class (11 – 16 years) and high school start school again as of Monday May 11, 2020; - Kindergartens opened 20 April, but those who need more time can stay closed; - Children from age 6-10 returned to school, including after-school services, from 27 April 2020; - The two highest levels of students in pre-university schools, age 17-18, opened 27 April 2020; - Universities, colleges and vocational schools, etc. could begin regular teaching from 15th June 2020, as long as they carry out teaching and activities in accordance with the current regulations and advice on infection control.