Travelling to Norway

Estonia is among the red countries and when traveling to Norway, if you are not fully vaccinated you must fill in the entry form and take a test upon arrival. If you are fully vacinated you need to show the coronapass on the border.

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Green country status requires an infection rate of 50 / 100,000 and negative tests of less than 4%. The data is updated every week on Monday.

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.

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Global travel advice from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to be extended until 01 July.

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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

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Travellers must register prior to their arrival in Norway and may only register their journey within 72 hours of their time of arrival.

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Q&A about traveling to Norway