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10 cases of rare salmonella
The Norwegian Public Health Institute has found 10 cases infected in Norway with a rare type of salmonella named Salmonella Mikawasima. The patients have been infected in Norway and are situated in many counties (Akershus, West–Agder, East-Agder, Hordaland, Oppland, Vestfold and Nordland).
Travelling with pets
The Norwegian Food Safety Authority supervises the live animals that are imported into Norway. It is important that animals that are introduced into the country, do not bring with them infectious diseases. We shall also oversee that there is no illegal trade, for example trade with species that are threatened with extinction.
New rules for travelling with your dog, cat or ferret
From 1st January 2012, the rules for bringing your dog, cat or ferret to Norway has changed. Find out the rules in plenty of time before your travel, and make sure to prepare properly.
VHS disease-free status in Norway re-established
EFTA surveillance authority has, in close cooperation with the European Commission, approved a decision adopted that Norway, with the exception of the Norwegian part of the catchment areas of Grense Jacobselv and Pasvik river and the rivers in between and the associated costal region is declared free of VHS for and IHN.
Amendments of Regulations relating to plants and measures against pests
Regulations relating to plants and measures against pests were amended 10 January 2012.
Rabies on Svalbard
Help us keep our fish healthy
Multi-Annual National Control Plan for Norway 2011-2014
Norway is free from bluetongue
Mandatory treatment for echinococcosis for cats and dogs imported from Sweden
No dioxin-contaminated feed exported to Norway
Farmed salmon is safe to eat
Methods of salmon louse control
The use of salmon delousing agents in Norway
Information on seafood
Follow-on formula with LGG are not allowed sold or marketed in Norway
Bonamiosis found in Norway
New Animal Welfare Act
Standard bird species selected in relation to pesticide exposure in different crops
Regulations of 8 September 2008 concerning measures against Chalara fraxinea
New names on District Offices
Import requirements for wood packaging material – implementation of ISPM No. 15
Regulations on measures against Phytophthora ramorum have been amended
Increased focus on core tasks
How to prevent Foot end Mouth Disease spreading to Norway
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