From July 1, the Norwegian corona certificate will become verifiable in several EU/EEA countries. This will make it easier for Norwegians with a certificate to travel abroad.
The Norwegian certificate will be verifiable in Spain, Italy, Greece, and Croatia, among other places. But the countries may have their own entry rules.
“Those who choose to travel must familiarize themselves with the rules for quarantine, test requirements, and infection control in the country they are going to. This will vary from country to country,” Minister of Health Bent Høie (H) stated.
There is a separate control page in the corona certificate, which is available at Helse Norge, that can be used in EU/EEA countries.
Anti-travel advice in place until July 5
Until July 5, however, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs still advises against all travel that is not strictly necessary to the countries in the EEA/Schengen and the United Kingdom.
The EU scheme also means that fully vaccinated people and former COVID-19 patients from other European countries can enter Norway without having to carry out entry quarantine and tests at the border.
As of June 23, this applied to Austria, Bulgaria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Croatia, Iceland, Poland, and Latvia.
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