Border crossing to Norway open at midtnight, night to 6. October

The Government has decided that all border crossings to Norway should be opened simultaneously at midnight, night to 6. October.  

What does this mean for us? 

Travellers who come from red, dark red, purple and grey areas and who do not have a valid Corona certificate must test themselves at the border crossing. Exceptions are made in cases where there is no test station at the border crossing or that the test station is not open. Visitors will then test themselves with an antigen rapid test at a public test station within 24 hours of arrival at Norway. In case of positive antigen rapid test, the person should take a PCR test within 24 hours.   

Everyone who has a test duty must be quarantined in a suitable place, basically for ten days. If they test negative after three days, they can leave quarantine. All full-vaccines avoid quarantine and testing.  
In Engerdal there is no separate test station at the border, but you can contact Engerdal Health and Care Centre on tel. +47 62 45 86 00 between 08.00-11.00 and 13.00-15.00 (weekdays) to arrange testing. In addition to these times, emergency room on tel. +47 116 117 applies. Test station is Futveien 8, 2443 Drevsjø.  

In Engerdal we have two border crossings: Fylkesvei 218 Drevsjø and Fylkesvei 221 Elgådalen. Signs with information will be set up at these border crossings.  

When crossing the border, you must bring a valid ID and Corona Pass (EØS).

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