September 24, 2021

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Here you can travel from Monday – Viji

Quarantine Requirements: The photo shows the Italian village of Vernasa earlier this summer. From Monday, August 2, you must be in entry isolation if you have been to Italy. Photo: Derje Pringidal, VG

Starting Monday, an updated travel map for isolation requirements for overseas travel will apply. Here you can find out where you can travel during the week without isolation.

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On Friday, the government released an estimate of which countries receive isolated needs for those who have not been vaccinated.

In addition to Italy, Went to many Swedish areas From green to orange. Therefore, from Monday, if you are not excluded from the isolation requirement, isolation from these areas is required (see who should be isolated in the fact box below the case).

The first map from Monday will look like this:

There are three different tabs on the map: “Current” Shows what rules apply today. “Valid from August 2” Shows which rules apply from Monday. “Expected” The map shows what the past 14 days have been like based on the information, and shows the true picture of the epidemic level in those areas.

Colors changed

On Monday, there will be several changes regarding today’s travel readiness:

  • Green to orange: Iceland, Italy and San Marino
  • Turns dark red: Andorra, Corsica and the southern Aegean islands (Kos, Naxos, Mykonos, Rhodes, etc.).
  • Turns green: Liechtenstein

There will be changes to several areas in the Nordic region:

  • Turns green: Norbotton (orange to green) and Wormland (red to green).
  • Turns orange or red: Cotland, Holland, Schn and Stockholm in Sweden. Central Jutland in Denmark goes from orange to red (same rules apply). In Finland, the SVD of Central Hamlin, the SVD of Lapland, the SVD of Central Finland, and the SVD of North Karelia are now orange.

In addition, Saudi Arabia and Ukraine will be purple.

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Reporting Illegal Crossroads

Police say in a statement that they are ready to increase traffic at the border crossings towards Sweden after the government changes from night to Monday.

– Have the necessary documents ready when crossing the border. Then we get a better one
Traffic flow at the border and waiting time will be shorter, says Germand Thoreson, chief of police at Kangswinger.

Norway does not allow the use of crossings other than open borders. This applies to any entry restrictions and isolation requirements at any time.

Police say they will report illegal border crossings and those who violate the rules will be fined.

To avoid queues, Police recommend using at times other than between border crossings 13.00-19.00.