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Travel advice for the United States and France

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Published under: Solberg's Government

Publisher Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against trips to the United States and France that are not strictly necessary.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has decided, on the basis of an overall assessment, to advise against trips to the United States and France that are not strictly necessary. The background for the decision is the prevalence of coronavirus in both of those countries and in Norway. In addition, U.S. authorities have introduced travel restrictions for people coming from the Schengen Area, which includes Norway.

Since the outbreak of the new coronavirus, Norway has already issued travel advice to Italy, Iran, China, Spain, Switzerland, South Korea, Germany and Austria.