If you reside in an EU/EEA or Schengen country you will be able to enter Norway, regardless of citizenship. If you live in a country with a high risk of infection you must stay in quarantine when you travel to Norway.
If you live in a country with a low risk of infection you do not need to stay in quarantine when you travel to Norway.
There will be access for entry for family members who are to apply for a residence permit and have the right to submit such an application from Norway, as well as for family members who have submitted an application for a residence permit and have access to enter Norway (ie those who had the right to apply from Norway) while the application is being processed.
You will be allowed to visit your closest family members residing in Norway for up to 90 days. Read which family members you can visit here.
If you are visa-free to Norway, you can travel to Norway according to current visa regulations. If you are required to have a visa to Norway, you must apply for a visa following normal procedures first.
There will be access for entry for boyfriends and girlfriends who are going to visit a boy/girlfriend in Norway. If the visitor resides outside EU/EEA or Schengen, the relationship must be documented by a self-declaration signed by the reference in Norway. The self-declaration must be presented upon entry into Norway. It is a condition that the relationship has lasted at least nine months and that you have met each other physically at least once before.
If you are required to have a visa to visit Norway, you must apply for a visa according to normal procedures.