Norway to remove its global advice against all unnecessary travel from October 1

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The global council against all travel that is not strictly necessary to countries outside the EU/EEA, the United Kingdom, and Switzerland will not be extended when it expires on October 1.

“There is no longer a basis for such a global travel council. We are now going back to assessing whether each country should have its own travel advice,” Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Søreide (H) stated on Friday.

The assessment will be made based on the state of the pandemic, the health situation, and the security in each country.

Søreide encouraged people to download the new Travel Ready app, which provides access to travel advice, travel information, and travel registration in one place.

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