Norway to start accepting corona certificates from England and Wales from August 12

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From 3 PM on August 12, corona certificates from England and Wales will be approved upon entry into Norway.

From August 12, the QR code in the English and Welsh NHS Covid Pass will be scannable at the Norwegian border, the government wrote in a press release on Tuesday.

That means that people from England and Wales who have been fully vaccinated with vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) will be able to travel freely into Norway. 

The same applies to those who have undergone coronavirus in the last six months. 

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1 Comment on "Norway to start accepting corona certificates from England and Wales from August 12"

  1. David Norman Gardner | 11. August 2021 at 20:09 | Reply

    People living in Scotland who are fully vaccinated are unable to obtain the Digital Corona Certificate from England and Wales. Currently, they can only obtain an official NHS Scotland paper certificate. This certificate is widely accepted in Europe, but is not accepted for entry to Norway. Why does Norway appear to discriminate against their friends in Scotland who wish to visit? Are there plans to change this to make the Scottish certificate acceptable for entry to Norway?

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