You do not need to get tested for covid-19. If you feel unwell you should stay at home.
Should I get tested for covid-19?
You do not need to take a test. If you feel unwell and experience newly-developed respiratory tract symptoms you should stay at home. You should also avoid contact with people who are at increased risk of becoming seriously ill.
Symptoms of respiratory tract infections can include headaches, blocked nose, fever, cough and sore throat.
You do not need to take a test, but if you decide to take a self-test at home, you should stay at home if you are feeling unwell irrespective of a positive or negative test result.
Where can you get free self-tests in Oslo?
Self-tests can be picked up across the Oslo boroughs:
If the self-test is positive
When you test yourself with a self-test, you read the test result yourself.
If you test positive using a self-test, you are advised to stay at home. Read more about what to do when you have tested positive for corona: Checklist for persons who have tested positive for COVID-19 in Norway.
You can contact the corona hotline if:
- you do not have the opportunity to book an appointment online. You can also book an appointment through your GP.
- you or your child need support when testing.
Testing and international travel
The City of Oslo does not give out a certificate of negative corona test 'Fit 2 Fly certificate'. If you require this type of documentation, you can get tested at a private test site.