Keep updated! The government asks everyone in Norway to read the vital information and advice given about coronavirus at fhi.no and helsenorge.no.
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All persons travelling to Norway must register prior to crossing the border. More info: www.entrynorway.no
The government has imposed mandatory testing for Covid-19 for all travellers to Norway.
Stricter rules for testing and quarantine upon arrival to stop coronavirus mutation from 25.01.2021. You will have to present documentation of a negative test result for the coronavirus taken less than 24 hours prior to entry.
Click here to read information and advice about the coronavirus situation from Norwegian government.
Click here for information on travel advice and rules for entry, including from which countries and areas persons can enter Norway without having to enter quarantine.
COVID testingIf you think you are infected with SARS-CoV-2, you need to be tested.
The following people are eligible for the test:
Anyone with a severe respiratory infection or other symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, coughing, shortness of breath, loss of smell or taste etc.)
Anyone who may have been infected, either a close contact or after returning from a foreign country the last 10 days
The test can be ordered by calling the emergency hotline at 32 86 68 10 (between the hours of 09:00-11:00 and 12:00-15:00 on workdays), or using the digital form (click here). Ask someone you know to help you with the order if you do not understand Norwegian or English. If you are unable to reach the testing station without help, notify the emergency hotline about this when you call. Address of the testing station: Numedalsveien 80, Kongsberg. If you are unable to reach the testing station without help, notify the emergency hotline about this when you call. There is a sign on the entry road to Kongsberg that indicates where the testing station is located. You are required to stay home after the test until you receive the reply. The results are available on line, at helsenorge.no. The municipality will call you if you test positive. Positive results require mandatory at home isolation until you are healthy again and asymptomatic. Information about your coronavirus test
Symptoms resemble those with colds and influenza:
People who become ill typically experience a sore throat, symptoms of a cold and a mild cough, as well as a general feeling of being unwell and having muscle pain. Diarrhoea may occur but is not common. The loss of smell and taste can also be a symptom.
If you experience these symptoms, stay at home and call your doctor or Legevakten (116 117) for instructions for how to be tested for coronavirus. You must stay at home until your results are provided. If you are a tourist in Øvre Eiker kommune, you must stay at your hotel/camping area and avoid contact with others while you wait for the test results. Do not use public areas such as restaurants, restrooms and/or similar - or contact the management at your hotel/camping to find a solution. Read more about quarantine and isolation at Helsenorge.no.Click here to read more about testing, symptoms and course of the disease on Helsenorge.no.
What is a safe distance from other people?
When should sick children stay home from childcare or primary school?
When should adolescents and adults stay home from school/ work and be tested for COVID-19?
To everyone who has been told to stay in quarantine or home isolation
Use of face masks
Information and advice about the coronavirus situation from Norwegian government.
Travel to Norway
Stricter rules for testing and quarantine upon arrival to stop coronavirus mutation