- Quarantine requirements introduced for travelers arriving from Lapland, Finland
The Norwegian government will introduce a ten-day quarantine requirement for travelers arriving from the region of Lapland, Finland, beginning December 13, 2021. Travelers from this region, who can present a valid and verifiable COVID-19 vaccination certificate, will be exempt from the quarantine requirement. Travelers who cannot offer a vaccination certificate but can present a negative PCR test result taken no sooner than three days after arrival may be eligible to finish the ten-day quarantine period sooner.
What are the Changes?
The Norwegian government will require travelers who do not hold a verified vaccination certificate to undergo a ten-day quarantine. Travelers who can present a negative PCR test taken after three days of quarantine may be released from the quarantine sooner.
The Norwegian government publishes weekly country assessments evaluating the risk level of COVID-19 across the globe. Continue to check the Norwegian government website for additional updates and information.
Source: Government of Norway