- Travelers arriving from Italy, San Marino, Vatican City, Malta, and the region of Östergötland in Sweden to quarantine
- Travelers arriving from the regions of Länsi-Pohja in Finland and the regions of Norrbotten and Södermanland in Sweden will no longer be required to quarantine
Beginning December 6, 2021, the government of Norway will require travelers arriving from Italy, San Marino, Vatican City, Malta, and the region of Östergötland in Sweden to undergo quarantine upon arrival. The areas of Länsi-Pohja in Finland, Norrbotten, and Södermanland in Sweden will be added to the green and orange-rated countries and regions list. Travelers arriving from the green and orange-rated countries and regions are not required to undergo quarantine. The quarantine period may be reduced for all travelers arriving from red, dark red, purple, and grey-rated countries and regions if they can present a negative PCR test result no sooner than three days after arrival.
What are the Changes?
The government of Norway updated its list of travelers required to undergo quarantine on December 6, 2021. Click here for a complete list of the travelers who needed to undergo quarantine based on their region or country of departure.
Continue to check the government of Norway’s website for additional updates and information.
Source: Government of Norway