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Normal daily life with increased preparedness
The Government decided to move to a normal daily life with increased preparedness. This means that most corona restrictions has been removed. However, it is still important with hand hygiene, cough etiquette, and staying at home and being tested if you are sick.
General infection control advice
- Stay at home if you have newly emerged respiratory symptoms or fever.
- You should get tested if you if you get symptoms of a respiratory infection. This also applies if you have been vaccinated.
- You must self-isolate if you test positive for Covid-19.
- If you test positive for Covid-19, the people you live with who are not yet vaccinated, should get tested and go into quarantine whether they have symptoms or not. Other close contacts do not need to quarantine, but should get tested.
- Clean your hands regularly and thoroughly.
- Make sure you follow good respiratory hygiene. This means covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the used tissue immediately and wash your hands.
- More information at fhi.no.
Traffic light model for schools and childcare centres
The traffic light model will continue as a local emergency preparedness guide that specifies recommended contact-reducing measures when the infection situation in the municipality makes it necessary and proportionate for infection control measures in schools and childcare centres.
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.
Drop-in vaccination for dose 1 and 2
Drop-in vaccination for everyone who wants dose one or two.
- October 28
- November 10
- November 17
- November 24
- December 1
- December 15
Location and practical information
The location for vaccination in Sola is Soltun nursing home, Fredtunvegen 21.
- Bring a valid ID with a photo such as passport or driving license
- Wear a face mask
- Wear clothing which is easy to remove (you will be vaccinated in the arm you don't use when you are writing)
Do not attend your appointment for vaccination if you:
- have any symptoms of a cold, fever above 38°C or any other signs of infecticious disease
- are in quarantine, isolation or if you are waiting for a Covid-19 test result
- have been vaccinated with another vaccine in the last 7 days
Your time for vaccination will then be postponed. If you are unable to attend your appointment for any of the reasons given above, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Consent and self-declaration from parents
Everyone under the age of 16 must have the consent of their parents to receive the corona vaccine. You must bring the consent form to the vaccination appointment. The self-declaration form must also be completed by a parent in advance of vaccination.
Register if you want the vaccine
Sola municipality has sent an SMS to residents with information on how you can register yourself to receive the vaccine. Once you have registered, we know that you want the vaccine. We will contact you to book an appointment.
Register here if you want the vaccine
Combination of vaccine types
We may offer a different type of vaccine for your second dose than your first dose. Combining vaccines provides just as good protection and carries no greater risk of serious side effects.
3rd vaccination dose
Sola offers a third vaccination dose to people with immune deficiency diseases. People who are to receive a third vaccine dose in Sola municipality, can present an e-prescription, medication packaging with dosage, or a note from a specialist obtained from Helsenorge.no at drop-in vaccination.
If you want to book an appointment instead of using the drop-in service, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will book you in.
More information about who can receive a third dose at fhi.no. (in Norwegian only).
More information about vaccination
See FHIs webpage for more information about the Coronavirus vaccine.
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 email@example.com. We will then contact you by phone to correct the error.
How to get tested
You should get tested if you have any symptoms of Coronavirus. You can test yourself with a rapid antigen test, or you can get a PCR test at the test center.
Rapid antigen test
You can buy rapid antigen tests at pharmacies. Sola municipality also distributes free rapid antigen tests at the old Soltun nursing home, Soltunvegen 3 in Solakrossen.
- Monday-Friday 4pm – 7pm
- Saturday -Sunday 1 pm – 4 pm
If your rapid antigen test is positive, you must book a PCR test to confirm the result.
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 helsenorge.no.
The test is free of charge.
Testing takes place in a drive-through tent at Stavanger Forum. The referral will give you further instructions on when and where to attend.
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 Helsenorge.no as soon as your sample has been analysed and reported. The length of time it takes for test results to become available varies, but is typically a few days after your sample was taken. Test results from all laboratories in Norway will be available at Helsenorge.
What happens if I test positive?
If your test confirms Coronavirus, the healthcare service will contact you. You must be in isolation if you have a confirmed coronavirus infection.
Everyone arriving in Norway must familiarise themselves with key information about entry. More information at Helsenorge.no.
If you are staying at a quarantine hotel
The current rules upon entering Norway require you to complete your travel quarantine in your own home or another suitable place of residence. If you do not have suitable accommodation, you will be offered accommodation at a quarantine hotel.
Contact Sola municipality's test center on: 47 63 68 14 for information on which hotel is available.
Those staying in a quarantine hotel will incur a fee of NOK 500, - per night. (NOK 250, - per night for children 10-18 years old, free of charge for children 0-9 years old) The stay includes full board.
Present your entry registration number
Upon check-in at the hotel, you must present your entry registration number. This is to ensure that you have checked in as agreed with border control and to ensure that you get a reduced price for your stay.
Corona test during your stay
During your stay at the quarantine hotel, you can take a Covid-19 test (PCR). This will be conducted on the third day at the earliest, after arrival in Norway. This test will be booked for you automatically after you have been tested at border control and the quarantine hotel is booked
If your test result is negative, you can check out of the quarantine hotel and end your quarantine period. You will receive your test results back on day four or five.
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 09.00 and 15.00).
Useful information from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Advice and information about the Coronavirus and Covid-19.