Sweden no longer advises against travel to Norway

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The Swedish authorities have given the green light for unnecessary trips to Norway and Denmark from Wednesday, July 29.

This has emerged from the updated travel advisory from the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Swedes have also gotten the green light for Switzerland and the Czech Republic. The government has previously given the thumbs up for unnecessary travels to Andorra, Belgium, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Croatia, Monaco, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Spain, Germany, Hungary, and the Vatican City. 

Last week, the Norwegian government opened for travels to Kalmar, Örebro, Värmland, and Östergötland without the requirement of quarantine upon return. From before,  it was open to travel to Scania, Blekinge, and Kronoberg.

Travelers from other Swedish regions must spend 10 days in quarantine. Exceptions have been made for, among others, job commuters. 

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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