Quarantine on arrival in Norway
If you're arriving from a country or an area without sufficiently low transmission, you must go into quarantine for 10 days from the day you arrive in Norway. This applies to the countries listed here: www.fhi.no/en/infectioncontroltravel
When going into quarantine, you can travel straight to your planned accommodation by using planned transportation. Avoid close contact with others until you are at your accommodation. The quarantine must be carried out continuously in one place during the first 10 days of your stay in Norway.
Test station at the airport and harbour
International travellers and people travelling from abroad are recommended to be tested for coronavirus on arrival. Test stations for coronavirus has been established at Bergen lufthavn, Flesland (airport) and Bergen havn (harbour). The teststation at the airport is available for persons arriving Bergen directly from abroad. The teststation at the harbour is situated in the arriving hall. If you are arriving with Fjordline or Hurtigruten, you can park outside the arriving hall and go into the building to be tested.
Testing is free. When your Coivd-19 test has been analysed, you will be contacted and informed about the result. If we have not been in touch with you within three days, please call our corona-hotline: 0047 55 56 77 00. If you have a Norwegian national identity number (fødsels og personnummer) you can also find your test result at www.helsenorge.no
Call coronavirus hotline to get tested
If you get symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, sore throat or feeling sick you must call the Coronavirus hotline (0047) 55 56 77 00 to get testet. Open weekdays 08.00 - 20.00, weekends 09.00 -14.00. Testing is free.
More information and other languages
Read more at https://helsenorge.no/coronavirus
Folders to travellers arriving Norway, see Helsedirektoratet.no