Norway lifts coronavirus travel ban on United kingdom arrivals from tomorrow

Flights amongst Britain and Norway will be allowed to resume from Saturday (January 2) following the nation lifted its ban on United kingdom arrivals.

The Norwegian govt moved to suspend journey from Britain on December 21 after it was revealed the British isles experienced a rapidly escalating figures of circumstances of a new highly infectious pressure of coronavirus.

But on Friday early morning, the Norweigian Wellness Ministry declared that flights from the United kingdom would when again be allowed to land in the nation from 4pm on Saturday.

Even so all those arriving from abroad will be essential to get a Covid-19 test upon arrival, or inside of 24 hours.

“If this strain should really spread in Norway, it will most likely suggest a comprehensive lockdown of modern society,” Primary Minister Erna Solberg reported on Thursday.

The Scandinavian region has become 1 of the to start with to lift the ban on arrivals from Britain, with about 40 closing their borders to United kingdom travellers adhering to information of the new variant of coronavirus.

As of Wednesday (December 27), Norway was reporting a countrywide amount of 113.6 virus scenarios for each 100,000 persons. 

Figures from the European Centre for Condition Prevention and Handle exhibit Norway has the fourth least expensive Covid-19 price in Europe, only behind Iceland, Greece and Finland.