The coronavirus situation

Information and advice about the coronavirus situation from Norwegian authorities.

Information for travellers

Norway's health authorities encourage everyone to avoid journeys that are not strictly necessary and avoid close contact with others. Everyone who comes from outside the Norway must be in quarantine for 14 days from their arrival in Norway.

Questions and answers

Information about corona and health, travels, employment, quarantine, isolation, border control etc.

Seek help if you experience domestic violence

Domestic violence is unacceptable under any circumstances. If you are a victim of violence committed by a partner or others in your family, it is important to seek help.

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The Government’s plan for reopening Norwegian society and easing the coronavirus restrictions

07/05/2020: The Norwegian Government has today presented its plan for managing the COVID-19 crisis in the time ahead, and a timetable for lifting the most severe restrictions. All schools are expected to open for all years by the end of next week.

Norway’s health-related measures during the COVID-19 pandemic

27/03/2020: The Government will allocate more than NOK 2 billion to the development of vaccines to protect us against pandemics. New digital solutions are being developed to make COVID-19 contact tracing easier.


Regulations relating to rejection etc. of foreign nationals without a residence permit in the realm, out of concern for public health

In order to safeguard public health in connection with an outbreak of COVID-19, which is a disease hazardous to the public health, an administrative decision may be taken under the Immigration Act to reject a foreign national without a residence permit. Decisions are taken by the Directorate of Immigration or the police. The Ministry of Justice and Public Security may assign decision-making competence to another authority.

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