National measures will replace the city’s local restrictions on Monday, media including VG and NRK report.
Bergen has had local restrictions in place since the beginning of November.
The city’s chief medical advisor said that a key target had been reached in the response to the local Covid-19 outbreak.
“From a particularly alarming increase in infections two weeks ago, the trend has now been turned around. We have got more moderate infection numbers,” chief medical advisor Trond Egil Hansen told NRK.
City mayor Roger Valhammer confirmed that national restrictions would apply from Monday until further notice.
“While the infection rate in Bergen was significantly over the national average in November, the infection rate is now significantly under the national average,” Valhammer said at a press briefing according to VG.