The government in Oslo announced that Norway will end the remaining restrictions on the pandemic at 4 p.m. on Saturday. But not entirely in relation to the outside.
in between Other about the requirement of a meter distance for our fellow human beings. The one-meter rule has been in place in Norway since March 12 last year.
The inaugural plan is called “Normal Daily Living with Increased Preparedness”.
Entry and exit restrictions will also be abolished, but not sharply. For the EU/Schengen area as well as the UK and “purple” countries, it will be lifted on Saturday. Then it comes into effect also for the “orange” regions – including large parts of Sweden.
But some rules According to the color scheme Norway uses depending on the prevalence of infection in different countries.
The general international travel advice that has prevailed almost all over the world will expire, but only when it expires on October 1, i.e. a week later. The government says Norway will then revert to specific travel recommendations for each country. Travelers should be able to use the new Reiseklar app to keep track of what applies.
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