Official advice from Norwegian authorities now recommends residents of Norway do not take unnecessary international trips until mid-January. Here’s what you need to know.
Amid a rapidly rising infection rate, Norway’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Utenriksdepartementet) now advises against all international travel that is not strictly necessary until 15 January, 2021. It’s important to state this is not a travel ban, but it’s not a good sign for those hoping to travel over the festive season.
In addition, travelling to Norway is now at its most difficult since the border closure was lifted. Following several months of countries alternating between “red” and “yellow” status with regards to Norway’s quarantine, virtually all of Europe is now red.
Just Greenland and a handful of regions in Finland remain yellow. Only places considered yellow are exempt from the…