If you have newly arrived symptoms of respiratory infection, you should stay at home until you feel well.
How to get tested
- It is not necessary to test yourself if you develop symptoms.
You can buy self-tests at pharmacies and selected supermarkets. Sola municipality also distributes free self-tests at Sola rådhus, foajeen, Rådhusvegen 21. Opening times: 8 am – 3.30 pm, Monday - Friday.
If you want to register a confirmatory test in your Corona certificate, you must contact a private health care provider and book a PCR-test there.
The COVID-19 certificate gives you an overview of the COVID-19 vaccinations which have been registered for you in the Norwegian Immunisation Register SYSVAK, COVID-19 tests you have had and any previous COVID-19 infection.
More information and login to see your Covid-19 certificate at Helsenorge.no.
If you discover an error in your Covid-19 certificate
If you were vaccinated at your GP or in consultation with your GP, you must contact them directly to correct the information about the vaccination.
If you were vaccinated by Sola municipality at the Soltun vaccination room, send us an e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 51 65 33 00.
Do you need a printout of your Covid-19 certificate?
Send us an e-mail us an e-mail email@example.com or call 51 65 33 00. We will print your sertificate for you. Bring your ID when collecting your certificate at Sola rådhus.
Sola municipality provides the Coronavirus vaccine for the people living in Sola. The vaccine is safe, free and voluntary.
Vaccination in Sola
Boots pharmacy Sola is currently vaccinating on Wednesdays.
You can book an appointment at Helseboka (helseboka.app.no) You can also call 51 65 72 50 to book an appointment.
In addition, the follwing doctors are vaccinating their own patients :
- Risavika legesenter
- Tjelta legesenter
- Cura legesenter
- Tananger legesenter
Bring a valid ID with a photo such as passport or driving license and the self-declaration form. Everyone under the age of 16 must have the consent of their parents.
More information about vaccination
See FHIs webpage for more information about the Coronavirus vaccine.
If you have any questions about vaccination in Sola, you can contact the vaccination centre directly by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Treating Covid-19 with medications (Paxlovid)
If you are likely to get very sick from Covid-19, your doctor can prescribe Paxlovid. Paxlovid can reduce your chances of getting seriously ill or hospitalized. Paxlovid must be prescribed by your doctor and start as soon as possible after diagnosis to be effective.
Everyone arriving in Norway must familiarise themselves with key information about entry. More information at Helsenorge.no and Regjeringen.no.
Health information phone
If you have questions about Coronavirus and cannot find answers on FHI's website, you can call the Directorate of Health's information phone 815 55 015.
Sola kommune information phone
For general questions about the Coronavirus, call 51 65 33 00 (open work-days between 10 am and 2 pm.
Useful information from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Advice and information about the Coronavirus and Covid-19.