TRAVEL ALERT! Important information about the Coronavirus situation in Norway
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The coronavirus and travels to Norway

From Monday 16 March at 8 am local time, the Norwegian government closed the borders for all but Norwegian citizens and foreigners that possess a residence or work permit. Everybody that doesn’t have a residence permit or work permit must leave the country. The government also discourage all non-essential domestic travel.

For updates on travelling to Norway now, please see our updates on Visitnorway.com

If travellers are experiencing symptoms like fever, sore throat, chest pain and breathing difficulties while travelling in Norway, please stay in your hotel room and contact guest service by telephone, or call the 24-hour Norwegian medical service at (+47) 116 117 for guidance and assistance.

Norway stands out by offering modern conference venues close to nature, making it easy to combine efficient meetings and fun incentive activities in remarkable settings. Start planning a truly memorable event here.

Norway as a meeting destination

Find out what makes Norway a special place for any kind of conference, convention or other event.

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If you need help to plan your meeting in Norway, you can always submit a Request for proposal and one of our dedicated partners will get back to you shortly. For quick queries, you can also contact Norway Convention Bureau by email.

Rising popularity for Norway as congress destination!

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