It’s official: Norway introduces quarantine hotel requirements for travelers from Spain and the Netherlands

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The Norwegian government is introducing a quarantine hotel requirement for unprotected travelers from Spain and the Netherlands, among other destinations.

Crete, Spain, and the Netherlands are now “dark red,” which means travelers from these countries need to go to quarantine hotels when they come to Norway. The same requirements already apply to Cyprus and the United Kingdom.

The changes will take effect from midnight on Monday, July 26, the government stated.

Estonia, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland will change from “green” to “orange” and have entry restrictions and entry quarantines introduced. However, the quarantine does not have to be carried out in a hotel.

The Nordic countries are assessed on the basis of regions, but there are now restrictions and quarantine requirements for the whole of Denmark after South Jutland turned “orange” in Friday’s update.

For Sweden, there are no changes from last week. Norrbotten is still “orange,” and Värmland is still “red,” while the rest of the country is “green.”

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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