Q & A about
What does this mean for you visiting Hemsedal?
- There are no restrictions but we would like to remind people that we are now entering a crowded holiday season and encourages everybody to use common sense and show consideration to one another.
Rules of hygiene:
- wash your hands
- avoid shaking hands
- cough into a paper tissue or crook of your elbow
- stay at home and get tested if you feel sick
Rules upon arrival in Norway
As per February 12th it is no longer required to show a negative test or Covidpass and you do not need to register upon arrival.
Return to Denmark or Sweden
We recommend everyone to stay up to date on current rules and any changes that may be introduced.
We remind you of new entry rules for those going to / via Denmark or Sweden:
- for you who travel to Sweden (or via Sweden): government.se
- For you who travel to Denmark (or via Denmark): coronasmitte.dk
- Entry quarantine and rules upon arrival in Norway
- Map with color codes for entry quarantines
- General corona information from the Norwegian Institute of Health
General questions about the corona virus
If you have questions about the coronavirus (COVID-19) while travelling in Norway, please call the national information telephone at (+47) 815 55 015.
Changes in the situation
Please stay updated on current rules and regulations from the Norwegian Institute of Health.
If you are experiencing symptoms like fever, sore throat, chest pain and breathing difficulties, please stay in your hotel room/accomodation and Contact the medical center if you notice symptoms on tel: +47 31 40 89 00, to make an appointment for testing. Out of hours, contact the 24-hour Norwegian medical service at +47 116 117 for guidance and assistance.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS TO COMMON QUESTIONS:
Q: Can I come to Hemsedal if I do not come from Norway?
A: Yes, and you are very welcome. As per February 12th there is no longer a requirement to show a negative test or Covidpass and you do not need to register upon arrival.
Q: How can I test myself in Hemsedal?
A: If you get symptoms whilst visiting Hemsedal you can get tested. Call the doctors office to make an appointment. +47 31 40 89 00. Self tests can be bought at the pharmacy.
Q: Where can I buy a self-test kit in Hemsedal?
A: In Hemsedal can you buy self-tests kit at the pharmacy, grocery stores and at the Concept Store at SkiStar Hemsedal.
Q: I have questions regarding booking and cancellation
A: In Hemsedal the businesses try to be as flexible as possible to make sure you feel comfortable booking your holiday here. For information about booking and cancellation conditions, we recommend you check directly with the accommodation company you have booked with.
Q: Will there be après ski this winter?
A: Yes! From February 12th we welcome back Europes best aprés ski!
Q: Will the ski bus run this winter?
A: Yes! From February 12th it is no longer mandatory to wear a face mask on the bus, but we recommend to keep a distance if possible
Q: Do I need to wear a face mask while shopping in Hemsedal?
A: Not from February 12th, but we recommend to use common sense in crowded times.
Q: Are the restaurants in Hemsedal open?
A: Yes! As per February 12th it is no longer mandatory to wear a face mask while moving around, but we would like to remind you to follow each restaurants recommendations.
Q: Are the activities up and running in Hemsedal?
A: Yes! Book your adventure at Hemsedal Aktiv.
Q: Is the tourist office open?
A: Yes! See our opening hours.
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