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  1. Changes in travel advice for Estonia and some Nordic regions

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is advising against non-essential travel to Estonia, the region of Södra Savolax (Etelä-Savo) in Finland, and the Danish regions of Zealand and North Jutland.

    Published

  2. Changes in travel advice for Slovakia and Hungary

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is advising against non-essential travel to Slovakia and Hungary, as well as regions in Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

    Published

  3. Changes in travel advice for Italy and Slovenia

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is advising against non-essential travel to Italy, Slovenia, Vatican City and San Marino.

    Published

  4. 27,500 took part in brain health survey

    27, 500 participants in 76 countries contributed to one of the largest brain health surveys ever, providing insight into how people view brain health.

    Published

  5. Change in travel advice for Germany and Liechtenstein

    Germany and Liechtenstein will change from yellow to red on Saturday 29. August at 00.00 a.m. The same applies to the Kalmar and Västerbotten regions in Sweden.

    Published

  6. Change in travel advice

    Greece, Ireland, United Kingdom and Austria will change from yellow to red on Saturday 22 August at 00.00 a.m. The same applies to the Capital region in Denmark.

    Published

  7. No change in advice for healthcare workers or other professional groups

    The advice about face masks issued on 14th August 2020 does not change the recommendations for health and care workers.

    Published

  8. Use of face masks in schools and childcare centres

    We do not recommend the use of face masks in schools. This applies to both students and staff in primary school, secondary school and upper secondary school, as well as childcare centres.

    Published

  9. Recommendations about face masks

    In situations where it is impossible to keep a distance of 1 metre from others, face masks are recommended as an additional measure to prevent infection from people with COVID-19 without symptoms.

    Published

  10. Changes in travel advice from 15th August

    From 15th August, the Government will introduce quarantine requirements for travellers from five countries in the EU / EEA, plus the Faroe Islands, six regions in Sweden and two regions in Denmark.

    Published

  11. Changes in the travel advice from 8 August

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is now advising against non-essential travel to the Czech Republic, France, Monaco and Switzerland. Changes are also being made to the travel advice for several regions in Sweden.

    Published

  12. 53 people now confirmed with Covid-19 in the Hurtigruten cruise outbreak

    The latest test results show that 37 crew members and 16 passengers on board the two Hurtigruten voyages have been infected.

    Published

  13. 44 people now confirmed with Covid-19 in the Hurtigruten cruise outbreak

    The latest test results show that 35 crew members and 9 passengers on board the two Hurtigruten voyages have been infected.

    Published

  14. Changes in quarantine regulations for Belgium

    Due to the recent increase in infection rates in Belgium, the Norwegian government has now decided to change the country's status from green to red.

    Published

  15. Update on the quarantine regulations for the Nordic and EU/EEA/Schengen countries

    As of 25th of July Spain changes from a green status to red while Hungary goes from red to green. In Sweden, four new regions are opened for travellers without requirements for entry quarantine.

    Published

  16. Status for border opening - COVID-19

    The Government has decided which countries are exempt from quarantine upon entry  into Norway from 15th July.

    Published

  17. Approximately 1 per cent of Norway’s population has been infected by SARS-CoV-2

    Approximately 1 per cent of Norway's population has antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 disease.

    Published

  18. NIPH stops collection of personal data in Smittestopp

    All data collected by the Smittestopp app will be deleted and further collection will cease after a notification of a ban from the Norwegian Data Protection Authority.

    Published

  19. Easter at home and infection control

    Easter is just around the corner and this year we will all be at home. Although we must follow the advice about preventing transmission of coronavirus, do we need to have a sedentary Easter?

    Published

  20. High coverage for the Childhood Immunisation Programme in Norway

    The vast majority of children and adolescents in Norway receive the vaccines recommended in the Childhood Immunisation Programme.

    Published

  21. Norwegian Directorate of Health implements the following today - from 6 p.m. on Thursday 12 March until Thursday 26 March 2020

    The website of the Norwegian Directorate of Health is experiencing technical difficulties so this press release is published on the Norwegian Institute of Public Health's website.

    Published Updated

  22. Mental health problems combined with high alcohol intake increase risk of premature death

    The risk of premature death doubles if you have mental health problems and drink more than the equivalent of two units per day, on average.

    Published

  23. Fertility in Norway has not fallen as much as expected

    Birth patterns are changing and women in Norway are having fewer children. However, when we look at how many children today's 45-year-old women have had, fertility rates are still relatively high.

    Published

  24. Oil baths do not prevent atopic eczema in infants

    Regular oil baths or early introduction of solid foods in addition to breastfeeding do not prevent atopic eczema in the first year of life.

    Published

  25. Parental education level affects children’s mental health

    Children who have parents with a short education grow up with living conditions that increase their risk of problems at school and ADHD symptoms, according to a large study from the Norwegian Institut

    Published

  26. Already reached target of 25 per cent fewer premature deaths

    Norway has a goal to reduce the number of premature deaths from non-communicable diseases by 25 per cent by 2025. Calculations show that this target has been achieved.

    Published