The recent increase in the COVID-19 infection rate in and around Copenhagen has been noticed by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (Folkehelseinstituttet), and we are now awaiting the outcome of the Norwegian Government’s next COVID-19 meeting about possible changes to their travel guidance.
“There is a risk that the Copenhagen area will be included in the list of countries and areas from which travellers will need to isolate for 10 days upon arrival in Norway, and we have received many questions about this from colleagues who are worried about the situation,” says Kasper Moos, Head of BU Short Routes and Passenger.
“Our simple answer is that we do not know what will happen – we seldom do during these COVID-19 times. But we will keep a very close eye on the routes and continue to monitor booking numbers, sales and general development to see if there are developments we need to react to.
“For now, we believe that our measures on board, which now include face masks for staff, are robust and create a safe environment for our passengers and colleagues,” he says.
August 19, 2020