Updated February 02. 2021

These are the rules in force in Oslo

  • Only organized sports for children and young people born after 2004 can use the city’s indoor facilities for training.  
  • All activities must be conducted with a distance of at least one metre between participants
  • All indoor and outdoor organized recreational sports will continue to be closed for adults (20 years of age and older).
  • No events or competitions of any kind can be held. This also includes league matches and training games.
  • «Open hall» or similar events are not allowed.

Special rules ice rinks

  • Open to children and young people born after 2004
  • All activities must be conducted with a distance of at least one metre between participants
  • Max 10 athletes + 2 coaches are allowed inside
  • Changingrooms are closed
  • No group may enter the rink before previous group has left the building

General measures for protection against infection:

The three main principles for limiting the spread of infection are:  

  • People who are ill must remain at home.
  • Practise good hand and coughing hygiene and wash hands and surfaces frequently.
  • Keep a distance of at least one metre and reduce contact between people. 

Good hand and coughing hygiene

Wash your hands or use hand disinfectant regularly, for example; 

  • when your hands are visibly dirty
  • after being to the toilet
  • after contact with discharge from a runny nose, slime or saliva (for example when you cough or sneeze into your hands)
  • before meals

Other recommendations:

  • Shaking hands, hugging and unnecessary physical contact should be avoided as much as possible.
  • Avoid touching your face.
  • Cough into your elbow crook or into a tissue that you then throw away in the rubbish bin. Wash your hands afterwards.
  • Avoid spitting and blowing your nose during the activity. 
  • Don’t share water bottles or food.