From January 2 this year, Norway lifts the ban on flights with the UK and resumes air travel.
Anyone who arrives in Norway from countries where there is a difficult situation with COVID-19, nevertheless, must present a negative coronavirus test at the entrance.
In addition, people who have no place of residence in Norway must spend 10 days in hotel quarantine after arriving in the country.
Following many European countries, Norway on December 21 last year imposed a ban on flights with Britain after the country’s Ministry of Health announced the widespread distribution of a new strain of coronavirus.
Recall that a new strain of coronavirus, which was discovered in the UK, continues to spread around the world. The first case of infection with a mutated virus was recorded in Chile.
And the World Health Organization is confident that the emergence of new mutations of the coronavirus is a natural process.