Events, cellars and associations
The government is opening up for holding slightly more events, provided that this is done in accordance with current infection rules and regulations. It is recommended to limit the number of social gatherings and events you attend.
- Infection control, social distancing and face masks are required.
- Limit the number of social gatherings and events that you attend.
- Private events / gatherings in public places, rented / borrowed premises:
- Indoors: Maximum 30 people, maximum 50 people at memorial services.
- Outdoors: Maximum 50 people.
- Face masks mandatory for audiences indoors.
- Public events indoors:
- Without fixed designated places: Maximum 30 people.
- With fixed designated places: Max 200 people.
- Face masks mandatory when it is not possible to uphold social distancing of at least 1 metre.
- No recommendation to postpone or cancel indoor events related to organised leisure activities that gather children and young people under the age of 20 from different places.
- For team sports, only standalone matches are recommended, and not tournaments, cups, etc. For individual sports, it is recommended to limit the group size of the competitions.
- The athletes and any support staff at public cultural or sports events indoors where children and young people under the age of 20 perform the activity are not included in the total number of people who may be present at the event.
- There are exceptions from social distancing requirements for athletes at indoor cultural and sports events.
- Outdoor events associated with organised cultural, sports and leisure activities for children and young people under the age of 20 can take place without limitations on the number of participants and with a necessary number of adults. If there are more than 100 people present, no arrangements shall be made for the use of public areas or indoor facilities with the exception of toilet facilities.
- It is recommended to avoid the use of public transport in rush hour.
- It is required to wear a face mask if you cannot uphold a social distancing of 1 metre.
- In taxis, it is mandatory for both driver and passenger to wear face masks.
Restaurants and such
- No serving of alcohol from 23.00 in places that have such a license, and you must stop consuming alcohol at the place where you are drinking no later than 23.30.
- The serving of alcohol must take place at the tables.
- The restaurant must ensure that everyone can uphold a social distancing of 1 metre from people who are not household members or similarly close.
- Face masks are required where it is not possible to uphold social distancing of 1 metre, except while sitting at the table.
- There is a duty to register guests who agree to it.
University of Oslo
Units must adhere to rules and regulations for events.
Pubs and cellars may stay open and serve alcohol, as long as this is done in accordance with national infection rules and regulations.