Norway has eliminated quarantine for Poland, Romania and parts of Finland
Following the recommendation of the National Institute of Public Health in Norway, starting with June 21, Poland, Romania and some hospital districts in Finland (Central Ostrobothnia, Southern Savonia, Central Häme, Kymmenedalen, Pirkanmaa) and southwestern Finland were moved to the list yellow.
According to the regulations of the National Institute of Public Health, those who enter the Norwegian territory from one of the countries on the yellow list must register before arriving in the country and be tested at the border, but there is no quarantine obligation.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs recommends that Norwegian citizens and residents avoid non-essential travel. From 5 July, Norwegians will be allowed to travel to the Schengen area and the United Kingdom, and for countries outside the Schengen area, the ban will be extended until 10 August.
Norway has removed quarantine for Poland, Romania and parts of Finland since June 21.
Also, starting July 5, countries with less than 50 cases of COVID-19 infections per 100.000 people in the last two weeks and where less than 4% of all tests are positive will be put on the green list. . Similar rules apply to travelers coming from a country with less than 75 cases per 100.000 people in the last 14 days and where less than 1% of all tests have tested positive.
People traveling from a country on the green list are no longer required to be quarantined when they come to Norway. Moreover, people who reside in a country on the green list and who have lived there for the last ten days before traveling to Norway can enter without restrictions, regardless of their nationality.
On 11 June, the Norwegian authorities announced that those who are fully vaccinated, as well as travelers who have recovered in the last six months, will no longer have to isolate themselves on arrival. However, everyone is still required to test at the border before entering Norway.
The country is ready to technically connect to the EUDCC gateway for the issuance of the "EU COVID Digital Certificate", the deadline set by the EU will expire in early July. Until the present, most EU countries have connected at the EUDCC, and countries such as France, the Netherlands, Ireland, Sweden, Romania, Slovenia and Norway, are ready to start issuing the document while Finland and Hungary they are still in the testing phase.