From 05.07, new rules will apply when entering Norway.
Vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency can be re-registered at SYSVAK from 16.06. The vaccine can be transmitted to people with both a Norwegian personal identification number and a D-number. People vaccinated with the 2nd dose who are entered in the Norwegian Health Register do not have to remain in quarantine when entering Norway.
More information: https://www.regjeringen.no/no/aktuelt/etterregistrering-av-koronavaksiner-i-sysvak/id2861250/?utm_source=www.regjeringen.no&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=RSS-2581966-ownerid421-documentTypeaktuelt%2Fnyheter&fbclid=IwAR2Y4SYPszyAFHwAUbBzYjdIjyjMiSbmgjhECoLkuq_ghHrXCdCd1jWdwU8
Global travel advice from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to be extended until 01 July.
More information: https://www.regjeringen.no/en/aktuelt/extended_july/id2850361/
From 29 March the requirement to present a negative SARS-CoV-2 test prior to arrival to all travellers included citizens and foreign residents when travelling to Norway is being amended to require a test taken 24 hours prior to departure. The certificate must be in FR, DE, NOR, DEN, SWE or ENG
Anyone who travel abroad must stay at a quarantine hotel when they return to Norway. In addition, the current strict entry restrictions are being extended, which generally means that only foreigners residing in Norway will be allowed to enter the country.
Travellers must register prior to their arrival in Norway and may only register their journey within 72 hours of their time of arrival.