Information in English


If you have newly arrived symptoms of respiratory infection, you should stay at home until you feel well.

How to get tested 

  • It is no longer necessary to test yourself if you develop symptoms. 
  • Positive test results no longer need to be registered at Sola communes website. 


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. 

PCR test

A confirmatory PCR-test or antigen-based rapid-test is taken by health personnel and is recommended for the following persons:

  • You may need a confirmatory test to obtain a valid COVID-19 certificate if you have not received a booster dose (vaccine dose 3).
  • Children under the age of 16 who test positive on a self-test can take a PCR test. 
  • You should take an confirmatory test if you have a weakened immune system.

If you have a Norwegian citizenship and want to book a test for yourself and children under 16 years of age you can book online at
Note that residents in Sola can book by choosing  

  • "Timeavtaler - bestill time"  
  •  "Stavanger legevakt Smittevern (Prøvetaking korona)

Then choose konsultasjon. You will be asked questions about your symptoms. Choose Sykepleier Dagtid eller Kveldstid Åsen Teststasjon and book an available time. 

You can also call the following number to book a PCR test: 51 91 40 30. Open Monday - Friday 10 am - 11 pm.  

The test is free of charge. Testing takes place at Haugåsstubben 9  Åsen i Stavanger. 

If you are in need of a confirmation that you do not have the Coronavirus even when you are not experiencing any symptoms, contact a private clinic that offers this service.

Test results from PCR test

Your Covid-19 test results will be made available to you at as soon as your sample has been analysed and reported. 

Covid-19 certificate

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 

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 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 or call  51 65 33 00. We will print your sertificate for you. Bring your ID when collecting your certificate. 

Coronavirus vaccine

Sola municipality provides the Coronavirus vaccine for the people living in Sola. The vaccine is safe, free and voluntary. Because this is considered a highly contagious disease, it is recommended that all those who can, take the vaccine. Boots pharmacy Tananger and Boots pharmacy Sola are currently vaccinating residents from the age of 12 with the correct interval between doses.

Book an appointment for vaccination at Boots pharmacy Tananger

Book an appointment at Boots Tananger

Book an appointment for vaccination at Boots pharmacy Sola

Book an appointment at Boots Sola 


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


International travels

Everyone arriving in Norway must familiarise themselves with key information about entry. More information at  and

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 3 pm. 


Useful information from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Advice and information about the Coronavirus and Covid-19.