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Travelling with a COVID-19 certificate? Important things to remember

The EU has decided that children under the age of 18 years have a valid COVID-19 certificate indefinitely after they have completed primary vaccination. For adults, the COVID-19 certificate is valid indefinitely after they have had a booster dose. Here are some important things you need to know if you are going to travel with a COVID-19 certificate.

Hugs å sjekke reglane til landet du skal reise til. Mange krev ikkje lenger koronasertifikat, men det er ofte ein del ulikskap i reglane mellom dei ulike landa. . Illustrasjon: NHN
Remember to check the rules of the country you are going to travel to. Many no longer require a COVID-19 certificate, but there are often some differences in the rules between the different countries. Illustration: NHN.. Illustrasjon: NHN

The EU has decided that children under the age of 18 years have a valid COVID-19 certificate indefinitely after they have completed primary vaccination. For adults, the COVID-19 certificate is valid indefinitely after they have had a booster dose. Here are some important things you need to know if you are going to travel with a COVID-19 certificate.


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Many people are planning to travel at Easter and towards the summer. The rules for using a COVID-19 certificate differ from country to country so you should always check the rules at your destination. Use the website or app Reopen EU or Reiseklar-appen from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

New: Children under 18 do not need a booster dose for a valid COVID-19 certificate

The EU recently decided that children under the age of 18 have a valid COVID-19 certificate indefinitely after primary vaccination. Primary vaccination means that they have had two vaccine doses, or one vaccine dose and they can document that they have also had COVID-19 disease. The EU has asked all countries to adapt their own rules to this as soon as possible, and no later than 6 April.

New: You can see your child's COVID-19 certificate on your  control page

If you have children under the age of 16, you can now see their COVID-19 certificate on your control page by scrolling down. This will make it easier to show the COVID-19 certificate for the family when travelling.

Remember that people over the age of 18 have a valid COVID-19 certificate indefinitely if they have received a booster dose

If you have received a booster dose, the COVID-19 certificate will be valid indefinitely.

The same applies to people under the age of 18 who have completed their primary vaccination.

People who have completed primary vaccination over the age of 18 who do not have a booster dose have a valid COVID-19 certificate for 270 days. People who can document that they have had COVID-19 disease have a valid COVID-19 certificate from day 11 to day 180 after a positive test.

Several countries also accept COVID-19 certificates based on recent negative tests.

Find the COVID-19 certificate on Helsenorge or the Helsenorge app

The COVID-19 certificate can be found easily on the Koronasertifikat on the Helsenorge pages. It is also easy to download the Helsenorge app and display the COVID-19 certificate there.