Oslo switches to appointment booking for PCR tests

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From Thursday, Oslo residents will have to book an appointment if they want to take a PCR test at municipal test sites. Mobile test stations will not require an appointment.

This means that drop-in testing at the large municipal test stations in the capital will not be available, the Municipality stated in a press release.

Local authorities want to create predictability for residents and employees at the test stations, as there is currently a lot of demand at the test sites.

The Municipality also reminds people that they do not need to confirm a positive self-test with a PCR test if they have either been vaccinated with three doses or if they got two doses and have recovered from corona in the last three months.

It will still be possible to use the mobile test stations for drop-in testing.

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

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