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Change in travel advice for Germany and Liechtenstein

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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.

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.


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Based on the Norwegian Institute of Public Health's assessment of the infection status for coronavirus, the Government has decided that these countries and regions will change from yellow to red on the map that indicates quarantine requirements for Europe. This affects the travel advice.

All travellers from these two countries and the Swedish regions who arrive in Norway from 29th August shall be in quarantine for ten days.

Map that will apply from August 29, 2020:

illustration map showing the areas affected by quarantine upon arrival in Norway
The map shows the areas affected by quarantine upon arrival in Norway from the 29th August 2020. The Government's advice is to avoid all non-essential travel abroad. Red colour = high transmission and quarantine is required upon arrival in Norway. Yellow = increased risk but quarantine not required upon arrival in Norway. Striped areas = not evaluated or insufficient data about transmission, quarantine is required . Illustration: Norwegian Institute of Public Health