One EU and two EEA nations relax Covid-19 restrictions

Two of the European Economic Area countries, Iceland and Iceland and one European Union (EU) country, Slovenia, has made the decision to end up all of the entry related rules and regulations.

As per the information provided by the sources, after assessing the current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic and concluding that the travel restrictions will no longer play a vital role in putting a stop to the increase of the infection.

The Icelandic authorities have made the declaration in the previous month that all of the travellers, regardless of their recovery and the status of the vaccination, would be able to enter the nation without having to obey any restrictions.

Along with this, the Icelandic authorities mentioned, “All COVID-19 measures at the Icelandic border have now eased. No COVID-19 prevention actions will be in place at the border, regardless of whether people are vaccinated or unvaccinated. Please note that visa requirements have not changed.”

Iceland has eased all of the domestic COVID-19 restrictions after putting an end to the travel restrictions applied to the coming travellers.

Moreover, Norway has also already released all of the rules and regulations, same as Iceland. From February 12, all of the travellers, even those who have not been vaccinated yet, has been recovered or tested, has been able to travel to Norway without stressing about the entry measures.

On the other hand, the authorities of Norway mentioned in the statement, “No testing, no quarantining, as well as no registration! As of February 12, 2022, all Coronavirus entry rules and regulations have been lifted for all travellers to Norway.”

The Norway authorities further mentioned, “Other limitations have also been relaxed. People are not required to use a cover anywhere in the nation, and social distancing rules have also eased. Social and cultural existence is now back to regular: all bars, restaurants, as well as museums, are unrestricted, and you can attend all kinds of occasions, such as concerts and conferences.”

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