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Do you need facts, advice and information about coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, incubation period, treatment, travel, events and preventive measures?
You will find the latest updated information on the national health authorities’ websites:
You can also call
If you do not find answers to your questions on the Norwegian Institute of Public Health or helsenorge.no websites, you can call the information telephone that the Directorate of Health has set up or the Voluntary Service’s Corona hotline (Frivilligheten NGO).
The Directorate of Health information telephone 815 55 015
They will answer general questions, such as where the coronavirus is spreading and which symptoms you should be aware of.
- The Directorate of Health information phone: 815 55 015
Voluntary corona hotline 23 12 00 80
They will answer your questions about the most recent advice and guidelines about the coronavirus. The people answering your questions are from the National Public Health Association (Nasjonalforeningen for folkehelsen), the Norwegian Women's Pubic Health Association (Norske Kvinners Sanitetsforening) and the National Association for Heart and Lung Disease (Landsforeningen for hjerte- og lungesyke - LHL).
- Call the Voluntary hotline at 23 12 00 80. The hotline is open all days from 9 am to 3 pm (09:00-15:00).
Do you need somebody to talk to?
There are many opportunities to find someone to share your thoughts with and obtain advice and guidance. See psykiskhelse.no.
Have you been laid off because of the coronavirus?
You may be entitled to unemployment benefit. See more information on NAV’s website.
Do you suspect you have been infected?