Norway has abolished the quarantine for arriving from a number of European countries
The Norwegian government approved the new recommendations, according to which entering the Kingdom from a number of European countries, except Portugal, Bulgaria, Croatia and several others, do not have to undergo the quarantine, as it was before, according to the newspaper VG.
"Since July 15 can again be travelling to some European countries with a relatively favorable situation for the coronavirus without isolation upon return, and tourists from these countries will be able to come to Norway and not to comply with the quarantine," the newspaper reports.
In the list of such countries includes almost all the States of the Schengen agreement and the Eurozone, with the exception of Portugal, Hungary, Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria and Luxembourg. In addition, the "opened" three Swedish territory, but not the country as a whole.
It is noted that the list of countries will be reviewed every two weeks.
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