COVID-19 travel restrictions: Norway

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This article has been written on the March 10, 2022 and contains accurate information. However, we highly recommend you check the latest travel requirements before you book a trip since covid regulations are constantly updating.

Can I enter Norway?

You can enter Norway. Moreover, since March 2022, Norway has removed all restrictions related to COVID-19. You do not need to fill in any declaration forms to enter the country.

Woman on a top of mountain in Norway — ShutterstockAs of February 12, 2022, you are no longer obliged to quarantine upon arrival in Norway — Shutterstock

Can I enter Norway if I am vaccinated?

You can enter Norway if you are vaccinated. You are considered fully vaccinated at least 14 days after administering the last dose of the vaccine. 

As of January 22, the following vaccine drugs are approved in Norway:

  • Comirnaty (Pfizer)
  • Spikevax (Moderna)
  • Vaxzevria (Astra Zeneca)
  • Janssen
  • Covishield
  • Sinovac — CoronaVac 
  • Nuvaxovid
  • Sinopharm BIBP
  • Covaxin
  • Covovax

Travel documents if you are vaccinated

As of April 2022, no vaccination documents are required to enter Norway.

Can I enter Norway if I am unvaccinated?

You can enter Norway if you are unvaccinated. 

Travel documents if you are unvaccinated

As of April 2022, no COVID-19 tests or recovery documents are required to enter Norway.

Traveling to Norway from “green and orange,” “red,” “dark red,” and non-EU areas

As of April 2022, Norway no longer divides countries according to COVID-19 infection spread. Travelers from all countries can enter Norway following the regular requirements.

Can I leave Norway?

Although Norway has lifted all COVID-19 regulations, please be aware that other countries still have certain demands.

Please take your time to consider the requirements concerning covid tests and different entry declarations of the destination country in advance. The Reiseklar app can help you. 

Travel documents if I am vaccinated

Vaccinated travelers must have one of the following documents to leave Norway:

Travel documents if I am unvaccinated

If you are unvaccinated, please present one of the following documents:

  • A certificate of recovery from covid (no more than 180 days old before the day of crossing the border of a particular country)
  • A negative covid test result (the relevant period and kind of test may vary, please check the requirements of the destination country)

COVID-19 situation in Norway currently

As of January 2022, the COVID-19 situation in Norway is moderate compared to the previous months. Almost 90% of the population has been fully vaccinated.

Open suitcase with phone and passports — ShutterstockIf you’re vaccinated, you’ll need to be able to provide proof of this to the Norwegian authorities — Shutterstock

FAQs 

Is it safe to travel to Norway right now?

International travel to Norway is safe now. From March 2022, the requirements about wearing masks and keeping social distance have been lifted.

Is Oslo open for travel?

Oslo is open for travelers now. From February 12, 2022, the Norwegian government lifted all covid-related restrictions. 

Do I have to quarantine if I go to Norway?

As of April 2022, all arrivals are exempt from quarantine in Norway.

How do I get a health pass to travel to Norway?

If you are traveling from the EU countries, it is recommended to install the EU Digital COVID Certificate to digitize your vaccination (or recovery) status. Travelers from outside the EU should carry their paper documents.

What are the most popular flights to Norway?

Here are the best flights to Norway:

What are the biggest international airports in Norway?

Here is a list of the biggest international airports in Norway:

Useful links

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