Norway mentioned on Thursday it would impose a 10-day quarantine on all individuals arriving from Italy and Slovenia from Sept. 5 attributable to rising numbers of COVID-19 instances in these nations.
Restrictions can even apply to the Vatican and San Marino, however will likely be eased for these coming from Cyprus and 6 areas of Sweden and one in Denmark, the Norwegian overseas ministry mentioned in an announcement.
To attempt to stop a home resurgence of the coronavirus, Norway quarantines all travellers from nations with greater than 20 confirmed new COVID-19 instances per 100,000 inhabitants throughout the previous two weeks.
It additionally advises Norwegians in opposition to travelling to these nations.
With its newest additions to the listing, Norway will likely be proscribing journey from most nations, solely permitting quarantine-free journey from EU nations Hungary, Slovakia, Finland, Cyprus and the Baltic states and elements of Denmark and Sweden.
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