Iceland, Norway and one European Union country Slovenia have by all standard dropped the Covid restrictions entirely. The Icelandic authorities announced last month that all travellers, regardless of their vaccination and recovery status, would be able to enter the country without having to follow any restrictions.
Icelander and its travellers have welcomed the statement by the country’s government which said; All Covid-19 measures at the Icelandic border have now ended. Thereby no Covid-19 prevention measures will be in place at the border, regardless of whether individuals are vaccinated or unvaccinated.
Similar to Iceland, Norway has also already lifted all of its entry rules. Since February 12, all travellers, even those who have not been vaccinated, recovered, or tested, have been able to travel to Norway without worrying about the entry measures.
Earlier, the Norway government issued a public statement saying; No testing, no quarantining, no registration! As of February 12, 2022, all COVID-19 entry requirements have been lifted for all travellers to Norway.
Additionally, Norway has also lifted all the remaining national COVID-19 rules. Travellers, as well as citizens of the country, are no longer to keep a mask on or follow social distancing rules. Social and cultural life is also back to normal.
The statement further said, other restrictions have also been lifted. You do not need to wear a face mask anywhere in the country, and social distancing rules have also been lifted. Social and cultural life is now back to normal: all bars, restaurants, and museums are open, and you can attend all kinds of events, such as concerts and conferences.
Likewise, Slovenia has ended its restrictions too. Travellers can now enter the territory of Slovenia without having to present a vaccination or a recovery certificate, or a negative test result.