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This topic page includes advice and information about the new coronavirus disease COVID-19 in Norway.
Everyone arriving in Norway from abroad, with the exception of green countries/regions in Europe, must go into quarantine, although certain exemptions apply.
If you are sick, stay at home. You should be tested if you have symptoms of COVID-19.
Advice and information on issues affecting children and adolescents in connection with coronavirus (COVID-19).
Vaccination and having had COVID-19 give good protection, but provide no guarantee against becoming infected and being contagious.
Here is a selection of key data and statistics about SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 disease in Norway.
Travel advice extended to 1 October 2021
Changes in regular testing alternatives, reformulations
Some clarifications in the text.
A new recommendation that healthcare professionals who are pregnant and have pregnancy complications or chronic diseases that may be associated with an inc...
A new recommendation that healthcare professionals who are pregnant and have pregnancy complications or chronic diseases...
This project was meant to help decision makers and researchers navigate the research in the covid-19 pandemic. Please note that this map will no longer being updated.
This page briefly describes the model used by the NIPH for situational awareness and forecasting of the coronavirus outbreak in Norway.
The national COVID-19 knowledge programme sends out a newsletter with the latest Norwegian research about COVID-19. You can find our methods as well as released newsletters below.
The register (Beredt C19) was established to give the NIPH an ongoing overview and knowledge of the prevalence, causal relationships and consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic in Norway.
A study about the role of children in the transmission of the new coronavirus (SARS CoV-2) in childcare centres, primary schools and secondary schools (1st to 10th grade).
The Corona Household Study will investigate the risk of infection, and immunity to, the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) among people living in the same household.