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

Vaccination:

27.04.2022

27/05/2021: The government is allowing for more use of mass testing in areas where reopening increases the risk of more infection; especially where there have been strict measures for a long time. The test criteria are changed so that the municipalities can test people without suspicion of illness; 04/06/2021: NPI exemptions being introduced to people defined as 'protected'; this definition is: 'defined as protected: 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; 04/06/2021: 'Protected persons' (see definition in point above) can leave the entry quarantine if they test negative on a PCR test taken three days after arrival in Norway.; 01/02/2022 The requirement to test oneself at the border for immigrants to Norway is removed.; 12/02/2022 Regulated requirements for negative testing before entry and requirements for entry registration are repealed.;1/03/2022: The Norwegian government has decided to discontinue the requirement of a negative test for Covid-19 prior to departure to; and after arrival in Svalbard.

26.04.2022

03/02/2021: it will be easier to visit the elderly in nursing homes 17th February: Fully vaccinated health personnel who have critical functions in hospitals or in the municipal health service receive a special exemption from quarantine during working hours; 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. 06/03/2021: 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; 04/05/2021: Fully vaccinated people no longer need to be quarantined. People who have received one dose; and it has been between three and 12 weeks since they received the dose; also receive exemptions from the quarantine if they are tested between days 3 and 7 after close contact with an infected person; 05/05/2021: People vaccinated with the first dose can follow the same advice that applies to fully vaccinated. People who have had covid-19 disease in the last six months also receive the same relief. The following groups are hereinafter defined as 'protected'; and receive relief of certain measures: a) People who have been fully vaccinated b) People who have received one dose; and it has been 3 to 15 weeks since they received the dose. They must have stayed in Norway for the last ten days c) People who have had covid-19 disease in the last six months; 27/05/2021: 'protected' individuals (including those having received 1st dose 3 weeks ago; not included in the number of people restricted in private gatherings; 04/06/2021: NPI exemptions being introduced to people defined as 'protected'; this definition is: 'defined as protected: 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; 04/06/2021: 'Protected persons' (see definition in point above) can leave the entry quarantine if they test negative on a PCR test taken three days after arrival in Norway; 12/06/2021: Fully vaccinated and those who have had covid-19 in the last six months will be exempted from entry quarantine; 09/08/2021: quarantine reintroduced for travellers coming to Norway from countries and Nordic regions classified as other than green; 10/09/2021: Persons with a valid EU Vaccination Certificate or Vaccination Certificate from the United Kingdom may enter the country and are exempt from pre-arrival; border crossing and quarantine testing.; 19/12/2021 Persons arriving in Svalbard must test for SARS-CoV-2 within 24 hours of arrival and this applies also to those who have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from Covid-19.; 1/03/2022: The Norwegian government has decided to discontinue the requirement of a negative test for Covid-19 prior to departure to; and after arrival in Svalbard.

09.03.2022

Travellers to Norway are no longer required to provide proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative PCR test result.