Advice for preventing infection:
Keep your distance!
- Stay at home if you feel ill.
- Stay at home if you have been told to (in quarantine or isolation).
- If possible, try to maintain at least one metre between yourself and other people.
Practise good hand hygiene!
- Wash your hands often and thoroughly.
- when you been around other people.
- when you have been to the toilet.
- when you have coughed, sneezed or blown your nose.
- before cooking or eating.
- Use a disinfectant if no soap and water are available.
Practise good respiratory hygiene!
- Avoid coughing or sneezing on other people.
- Cough into a paper tissue and then discard the tissue. Wash your hands afterwards!
- If you do not have a paper tissue handy, cough into your bent elbow.
If you think you have been infected:
- If you suspect you are infected, you must stay at home.
- Call +47 40 40 96 30 and ask to be tested in Trysil Monday-Friday at 8-15, call the emergency medical service on + 47 116 117 (postal code 2420) on weekends and evenings.
- If you are in need of medical assistance while staying in Trysil, please call the emergency medical service on +47 116 117 (postal code 2420). Don’t go to the emergency room without an appointment.
Trysil municipality has two coronaphones.
- Call +47 40 40 96 30 if you need to be tested.
- Call + 47 94 02 38 96 if you have other questions related to corona, for example about entry into Norway or quarantine.
These phones are operated Monday-Friday at 8-15.
If you get symptoms on weekends, please call the emergency medical service on + 47 116 117 (postal code 2420). Don’t go to the emergency room without an appointment.
Everyone with acute respiratory tract infection or other symptoms of COVID-19, and everyone who has been exposed to infection to COVID-19, either as a close contact or after travel to countries or regions with high incidence during the last 10 days, and anyone who suspects that they have COVID-19 ought to be tested.
COVID-19 often has the following symptoms; fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, or feeling unwell.
Entry in Norway and quarantine
More information about the coronavirus from Norwegian authorities