Norway lifted travel-restrictions upon entry into Norway from Saturday 12 February - Photo:Photo Credit: Ingrid Asp / ASD
Photo Credit: Ingrid Asp / ASD

Travel to Norway - Travel-restrictions have been lifted

Norway removed all travel-restrictions upon entry into Norway 12 February 2022. Travellers in need of a Schengen-visa will still need a valid visa to travel to Norway. Note that transit destinations may still have COVID-related entry restrictions.

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Read up on the entry regulations to Norway at Helsenorge.no: International travels to Norway.

Press release from the Norwegian Government: The infection control measures are being removed on Saturday 12 February.

For the full list, please read the National recommendations and rules.

 

The most important updates for travellers to Norway is that the previous entry restrictions, i.e. the duty to complete entry registration and to produce a negative test prior to arrival, have been removed. The earlier requirements for unvaccinated travellers to get tested before arrival, has also been removed.

 

While in Norway, the following applies:

  • Adults with symptoms are recommended to get tested.
  • Adults who test positive for COVID-19 are advised to stay home for 4 days. 

Singapore's vaccine certificate has been accepted in Norway since 25 November 2021 under the same conditions as the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC). Note however that a notarisation of the Singaporean Covid-certificate is necessary for it to be compliant for travel within the Schengen Area, and that as per above travellers are advised to consult with their airlines regarding regulations for transit destinations. Read more about it here and here.

Travellers in need of a Schengen-visa to enter Norway can follow this link to make an appointment with VFS Global Singapore: Welcome to VFS Global | vfsglobal.

Entry regulations are subject to sudden changes, and each traveller is responsible for keeping themselves updated and provide the necessary/valid documents. The Embassy recommends travellers to consult their airlines on the rules in transiting countries.