After the increase in the smittetal tightens Norway and travel advice advises among other things, traveling to two Danish regions.
It says prime minister Erna Solberg at a press conference Wednesday afternoon.
This follows the Norwegian government with the recommendation from the Norwegian health authorities, who among other things has called for the tightening rejsevejledningen to the central denmark Region and Region Zealand.
Norway advises against all unnecessary travel to Iceland, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Cyprus and the Faroe islands.
the Same advice applies to the six regions in Sweden.
Travel to all of these areas will trigger the ten-day quarantine upon return, sounds from the Norwegian government.
According to the Norwegian prime minister should all norwegians consider all the trips abroad carefully, in the packages bag.
- All foreign travel is associated with risk of infection - even traveling to countries that do not trigger a quarantine in the event of return.
- Thus, there is no basis to call any country for green now, says the prime minister.
She refers to the colour scale, indicating the degree to which you need to be aware of the spread of infection, if you travel to a country.
Norway change of all countries, which in the past have been green, to yellow. This means that special attention must be paid on entry.
Travel to countries that triggers quarantine in the event of return, is marked in red.
Although Norway have now changed the rejsevejledningen to the two Danish regions, the Danish ministry of foreign affairs not rejsevejledningen for Norway.
Denmark advises not danes to travel to Norway.
Norway has in recent weeks seen an increase in the number of people infected with coronavirus.
In week 31, there were registered 199 new cases. Already the week after was increased to 357.
According to the Norwegian health authorities will be over half of new cases registered among people who come to Norway from abroad.
Last Friday called on the Norwegian government, the norwegians to drop trips abroad to both the red and green countries.
the Invitation was not, however, a formal rejseråd, which are normally issued by the Norwegian ministry of foreign affairs.