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Aside from major events and travel, Norwegian life is now mostly back to "normal". That being said, tavel from outside the Nordic region remains unlikely throughout the summer. Here´s what you need to know about the outbreak, including the latest facts and figures.

After essentially being closed to non-residents for more than three months, Norway´s border is now back open on a limited basis.

EEA citizens who want to visit close family, or a leisure property that they own, are permitted to enter the country. Rules for business and leisure travellers from other Nordic countries have also been relaxed, with some exceptions.

There are now 8,743 positive cases in Norway at the time of writing, with 244 people now confirmed dead. There are 16 people hospitalised around the country, just 6 of which are in intensive care. As of 18 June, 302,659 people have been tested out of Norway´s population of around 5.3 million.

Following the improvement in numbers during late April, Norway´s Minister of Health and Care announced they had the outbreak "under control." Daily numbers have continued to fall since then.



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