En De
Total doses
given
22.9M
People fully
vaccinated
7.7M
% Fully
vaccinated
73.19%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): PCR / LFT
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Other:

16.06.2022

16/03/2020: Recommendation to telework (especially in Stockholm region) when possible; 30/07/2020 Continue working at home if possible.; 04/02/2021: The mandate to state authorities to take further measures to increase the proportion of employees working from home will be extended until 01/06/2021. Only workers whose physical presence is necessary for the pursuit of their activities shall be on the premises of the Authority; 16/06/2021: Recommendation to telework as often as possible.; 22/06/2021 Extension of recommendation for teleworking for those who can until September 30.; 01/07/2021 It is still important to keep your distance; stay at home and test yourself for symptoms and to work from home if possible.; 15/07/2021: If you have work tasks that can be done at home; reach an agreement with your employer to work from home as often as possible.; 21/12/2021 Among other things; everyone is recommended to work from home to the extent that the work allows.; 01/04/2022 From 1st April onwards; Covid-19 will no longer be classified as a generally dangerous illness or a danger to society.;

21.04.2022

17/04/2020: Recommendation to telework (especially in Stockholm region) when possible; 04/02/2021: The mandate to state authorities to take further measures to increase the proportion of employees working from home will be extended until 31/05/2021. Only workers whose physical presence is necessary for the pursuit of their activities shall be on the premises of the Authority; 15/07/2021: Recommendation to telework as often as possible. The Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare has proposed to the government that people who live together with someone who has an increased risk should temporarily refrain from work outside of the home; if their work situation is such that the Public Health Agency of Sweden's advice regarding contagion protection cannot be followed.; 22/06/2021 Extension of recommendation for teleworking for those who can until September 30.; 01/07/2021: If you have work tasks that can be done at home; reach an agreement with your employer to work from home as often as possible.; On 22 December 2020; the Government decided on an assignment to government agencies to take further measures to increase the proportion of employees working from home. The authorities shall ensure that only employees whose physical presence is necessary to be able to conduct the business are on the authority's premises. This initially applied until 24 January 2021; but will now be extended until 7 February 2021.; 02/07/2021: Three weeks after having received the first vaccine dose can return to the workplace if needed.; 12/01/22: Work from home if possible encouraged by PHA.; 01/04/2022 From 1st April onwards; Covid-19 will no longer be classified as a generally dangerous illness or a danger to society.;

09.02.2022

From 29 October; everyone staying in the counties of Stockholm; Västra Götaland and Östergötland is invited to: - Refrain from staying in indoor environments such as shops; malls; museums; libraries; bathhouses and gyms. Necessary visits to; for example; grocery stores and pharmacies can be made. - Refrain from participating in; for example; meetings; concerts; performances; sports training; matches and competitions. However; this does not apply to sports training for children and young people born in 2005 or later. - If possible; avoid having physical contact with people other than those you live with. This means; among other things; a dissuasion from arranging or participating in a party or similar social gathering. - Necessary close contact; such as during care visits and medical examinations; is not covered by the council. However; it is important to keep in mind that anyone with symptoms that may be covid-19 should avoid any close contact with others. - The decision also includes stricter general guidelines for activities - such as shops; shopping centers and sports facilities - and workplaces in the counties of Stockholm; Västra Götaland and Östergötland. Businesses and employers should take steps to ensure that visitors and employees can follow the general guidelines for local outbreaks of covid-19.

09.02.2022

Regulation HSLF-FS 2020:12 - stipulates to limit number of customers in stores and develop solutions to payment queues or indicate how far customers should stand between each other.

09.02.2022

People are advised to: - Refrain from staying in indoor environments such as shops; malls; museums; libraries; bathhouses and gyms. Necessary visits to; for example; grocery stores and pharmacies can be made. - Refrain from participating in; for example; meetings; concerts; performances; sports training; matches and competitions. However; this does not apply to sports training for children and young people born in 2005 or later. - If possible; avoid having physical contact with people other than those you live with. This means; among other things; a dissuasion from arranging or participating in a party or similar social gathering. 19/11/2020 Extended until 13th of December 2020.

09.02.2022

If possible; avoid having physical contact with people other than those you live with. This means; among other things; a dissuasion from arranging or participating in a party or similar social gathering. Certain types of activities should also be avoided if they cannot be carried out without physical distance from others; such as contact sports or health or beauty care that is not medically justified. Refrain from staying in indoor environments such as shops; malls; museums; libraries; bathhouses and gyms. Necessary visits to; for example; grocery stores and pharmacies can be made. Refrain from participating in; for example; meetings; concerts; performances; sports training; matches and competitions. However; this does not apply to sports training for children and young people born in 2005 or later. Necessary close contact; such as during care visits and medical examinations; is not covered by the council. However; it is important to keep in mind that anyone with symptoms that may be covid-19 should avoid any close contact with others. Businesses and employers should take measures so that everyone can follow the general advice above. Employers' measures can be to encourage staff to work from home; offer increased opportunities to work from home; and to postpone business trips; conferences and other physical meetings. Other businesses can minimize the number of visitors at the same time; adjust opening hours; and offer digital options. For everyone staying in the counties of Dalarna; Värmland and Västmanland; it also applies that: Refrain from making unnecessary trips. Travel within or between regions can contribute to increasing the spread of infection because you often meet new people; which leads to new infection chains being started. One should therefore; as far as possible; refrain from such travel. This advice is not intended to prevent people from; for example; getting to work; studies / employment or the care that requires you to be on site.

09.02.2022

If possible; avoid having physical contact with people other than those you live with. This means; among other things; a dissuasion from arranging or participating in a party or similar social gathering. Certain types of activities should also be avoided if they cannot be carried out without physical distance from others; such as contact sports or health or beauty care that is not medically justified. Refrain from staying in indoor environments such as shops; malls; museums; libraries; bathhouses and gyms. Necessary visits to; for example; grocery stores and pharmacies can be made. Refrain from participating in; for example; meetings; concerts; performances; sports training; matches and competitions. However; this does not apply to sports training for children and young people born in 2005 or later. Necessary close contact; such as during care visits and medical examinations; is not covered by the council. However; it is important to keep in mind that anyone with symptoms that may be covid-19 should avoid any close contact with others. The decision also includes stricter general guidelines for workplaces and for activities - such as shops; shopping centers and sports facilities - in Kronoberg and Södermanland: Businesses and employers should take measures so that everyone can follow the general advice above. Employers' measures can be to encourage staff to work from home; offer extended opportunities to work from home; and to postpone business trips; conferences and other physical meetings. Other businesses can minimize the number of visitors at the same time; adjust opening hours; and offer digital options.

09.02.2022

From 20 October; everyone staying in Uppsala County is invited to: - avoid traveling by public transport or other public transport (does not primarily apply to schoolchildren); - as far as possible; avoid physical contact with people other than those you live with (avoid parties and other social gatherings). Businesses and employers should take measures so that everyone can follow the stricter general guidelines. This may involve employers encouraging staff to work from home and restrict travel and physical meetings. Other businesses should try to minimize the number of visitors. Initially valid until November 3; but extended until December 13.

09.02.2022

If possible; avoid having physical contact with people other than those you live with. This means; among other things; a dissuasion from arranging or participating in a party or similar social gathering. Certain types of activities should also be avoided if they cannot be carried out without physical distance from others; such as contact sports or health or beauty care that is not medically justified. Refrain from staying in indoor environments such as shops; malls; museums; libraries; bathhouses and gyms. Necessary visits to; for example; grocery stores and pharmacies can be made. Refrain from participating in; for example; meetings; concerts; performances; sports training; matches and competitions. However; this does not apply to sports training for children and young people born in 2005 or later. Necessary close contact; such as during care visits and medical examinations; is not covered by the council. However; it is important to keep in mind that anyone with symptoms that may be covid-19 should avoid any close contact with others. Refrain from making unnecessary trips. Travel within or between regions can contribute to increasing the spread of infection because you often meet new people; which leads to new infection chains being started. One should therefore; as far as possible; refrain from such travel. This advice is not intended to prevent people from; for example; getting to work; studies / employment or the care that requires you to be on site. Businesses and employers should take measures so that everyone can follow the general advice above. Employers' measures can be to encourage staff to work from home; offer increased opportunities to work from home; and to postpone business trips; conferences and other physical meetings. Other businesses can minimize the number of visitors at the same time; adjust opening hours; and offer digital options.

08.02.2022

Public gatherings with more than 500 people should not be held for the time being.;

08.02.2022

24/01/2020 Information for travelers about the new coronavirus.; (Available from media at least in February; exact dates difficult to find.)

08.02.2022

With increasing travel; the basic hygiene measures become ever more important

06.11.2021

The Swedish Medical Products Agency advises against self-testing to prove COVID-19. Such tests can be purchased on the internet; but you run the risk of doing more harm than good because they are not reliable enough; states the agency.

06.11.2021

Updated page only available on the website; latest update 15/03 - this includes updates to the measures above from EWRS on 27/01; which are continuosly updated.

06.11.2021

Updated risk assessment available on the website; latest update 10/03 (very high).

06.11.2021

Swedish Public Health Agency gives different advices to businesses. Sports associations should hold workouts and other sports activities outdoors; postpone matches; training matches; competitions and cups and limit the number of spectators. Non-profit associations should postpone their annual general meetings or the like; if those meetings require members to meet in one place. The number of passengers on public and other forms of transport should be limited. Employers should ensure that their personnel and visitors maintain social distance; that employees work from home and avoid unnecessary travel. Shops; shopping centres and malls should limit the number of customers allowed in at any one time. They should also introduce alternatives to queues for cash registers; or stipulate the distance customers should maintain from each other.

06.11.2021

Sport promotes health and is an important part of everyday life for children and young people. After a dialogue with the National Sports Federation and various sports federations; the Public Health Agency changes the general guidelines and makes it clear that match games in children's and youth sports can be conducted under certain conditions: 1) only healthy; symptom-free people participate in the activities; 2) there are good opportunities to wash your hands and 3) crowding between people is avoided.

06.11.2021

The Public Health Agency urges pregnant women to be careful. According to the Public Health Agency of Sweden; pregnant women should be extra careful and especially in the end of the pregnancy and prior to giving birth. This is because a respiratory infection during late stages of pregnancy can pose risks for the woman.

03.05.2021

The Swedish Public Health Agency is now opening up so that even older young people born in 2002 or later can participate in organized sports and leisure activities; both indoors and outdoors. The assessment is that the positive aspects of children and young people's physical activity outweigh and therefore a change is made in the general guidelines. The decided change will take effect on 6 February. UPDATE March 1: No competition below the elite level will be allowed. The exception for single matches for children born in 2005 and later is removed.

18.01.2021

The National Agency for Education has decided to cancel all national tests during the period from 1 January 2021 and the rest of the spring; up to and including 30 June 2021. The decision applies to all school forms where national tests are conducted with the exception of the test in year 3 in compulsory school and the Sami school and year 4 in the special school. For municipal adults (SFI and upper secondary level); it also applies that the tests that have already been ordered and have a continued period of use will not be used during the rest of the spring; until 30 June 2021. Organizing a national test requires careful planning on the part of the school. Many schools are currently struggling and have to plan their activities from day to day. In this situation; the national test risks putting too much strain on the school organization. National tests may mean that schools need to gather larger groups of students in one and the same room; which can increase the risk of the spread of infection.

17.12.2020

A new temporary legislation giving municipalities the complete responsibility to reduce congestion in restaurants has been introduced and will come into force on 1 July until the end of the year.

17.12.2020

From 14 December; stricter national regulations and general guidelines on everyone's responsibility to prevent covid-19 infection apply. At the same time; the local general councils that apply in the regions are repealed. Everyone in society; both individuals and those responsible for operations; has an obligation to take measures to prevent the spread of infection. - Limit your socializing to a smaller circle: The risk of getting; and spreading covid-19 further; increases the more people you meet. Therefore; it is important to limit the number of meetings even during the major holidays and to make adjustments. Keeping your distance; meeting outdoors or digitally reduces the risk of spreading the infection. New close contacts should be limited. Socializing should only take place in a small circle. You should also avoid joining several different circuits. The fewer that are collected; the better. It is also important to avoid activities and environments that involve an increased risk of infection; for example all situations where congestion may occur. - Travel safely: Any travel should take place in a way that minimizes the risk of spreading the infection. Remember to limit public transport as much as possible. Avoid making new contacts during the trip and at the destination; in addition to the smaller circle that you hang out with. You should also ensure that you can isolate yourself or get home in an infection-proof way if you develop symptoms of covid-19. Plan your trip so that you can choose a seat reservation; choose other means of travel than public transport and public transport where a seat ticket is not offered. In the first place; you should choose other ways of transporting yourself; such as walking; cycling or taking your own car. Avoid departures with congestion. - Everyone has a responsibility to protect people in risk groups from infection: Elderly people and people belonging to other risk groups are at higher risk for serious illness. It is therefore important that both people in the risk group and people in their environment ensure that meetings can take place in a safe manner. Here; too; it is important to limit the number of contacts; to keep a distance; to follow the guidelines for hygiene and to ensure that those who show the least symptoms of covid-19 refrain from meeting. As long as no ban has been introduced; visits to special housing for the elderly may be made. This must be done in a safe manner and in accordance with the accommodation's visiting routines. Check with the business or your municipality which guidelines apply.

02.12.2020

From 27 October; everyone staying in Skåne County is invited to: - Everyone should refrain from staying in indoor environments where there is a risk of congestion such as shops and shopping centers. Necessary visits to; for example; grocery stores and pharmacies can be made. Avoid environments and places where many people stay at the same time. Consider other options for exercise training in order to avoid congestion at; for example; sports facilities; gyms and bathhouses. - Everyone should avoid hanging out with people other than those you live with or meet every week. Avoid arranging or attending parties and other private events. Meeting people in addition to those you live with or meet regularly increases the risk of infection. - Everyone should avoid traveling by public transport or other public transport. Trips that can not be avoided; such as trips to work; school or care visits; can always be carried out. Contribute to reducing congestion in public transport so that those who need to travel and have no other options can travel safely. Keep your distance; show consideration and let others get off before you get on. - Everyone over the age of 15 is advised against sports activities. Exceptions are made for professional athletes and students in sports high schools. Everyone; regardless of age; is advised against arranging or participating in sports competitions and cups where many meet and where travel is necessary. - All businesses should take steps to minimize the number of visitors at the same time; adjust opening hours and offer digital options. Contribute so that congestion does not occur. Avoid arranging activities that cause many people to gather. - Employers should provide the conditions and encourage staff to work from home whenever possible. Business trips; conferences and other physical meetings should be avoided. The advice is valid until 17 November; but may be extended.

02.12.2020

- If possible; avoid having physical contact with people other than those you live with. This means; among other things; a dissuasion from arranging or participating in a party or similar social gathering. Certain types of activities should also be avoided if they cannot be carried out without physical distance from others; such as contact sports or health or beauty care that is not medically justified. - Refrain from making unnecessary trips both within and outside the region. - The decision also includes stricter general guidelines for workplaces and for businesses - such as shops; shopping centers and sports facilities. - Businesses and employers should take measures so that everyone can follow the general advice above. Employers' measures can be to encourage staff to work from home; offer increased opportunities to work from home; and to postpone business trips; conferences and other physical meetings. Other businesses can minimize the number of visitors at the same time; adjust opening hours; and offer digital options.

02.12.2020

If possible; avoid having physical contact with people other than those you live with. This means; among other things; a dissuasion from arranging or participating in a party or similar social gathering. Certain types of activities should also be avoided if they cannot be carried out without physical distance from others; such as contact sports or health or beauty care that is not medically justified. Refrain from staying in indoor environments such as shops; malls; museums; libraries; bathhouses and gyms. Necessary visits to; for example; grocery stores and pharmacies can be made. Refrain from participating in; for example; meetings; concerts; performances; sports training; matches and competitions. However; this does not apply to sports training for children and young people born in 2005 or later. Necessary close contact; such as during care visits and medical examinations; is not covered by the council. However; it is important to keep in mind that anyone with symptoms that may be covid-19 should avoid any close contact with others. Refrain from making unnecessary trips. Travel within or between regions can contribute to increasing the spread of infection because you often meet new people; which leads to new infection chains being started. One should therefore; as far as possible; refrain from such travel. The council also applies to travel to the region from other regions. This advice is not intended to prevent people from; for example; getting to work; studies / employment or the care that requires you to be on site. Businesses and employers should take measures so that everyone can follow the general advice above. Employers' measures can be to encourage staff to work from home; offer increased opportunities to work from home; and to postpone business trips; conferences and other physical meetings. Other businesses can minimize the number of visitors at the same time; adjust opening hours; and offer digital options.

02.12.2020

- If possible; avoid having physical contact with people other than those you live with. This means; among other things; a dissuasion from arranging or participating in a party or similar social gathering. Certain types of activities should also be avoided if they cannot be carried out without physical distance from others; such as contact sports or health or beauty care that is not medically justified. - Refrain from staying in indoor environments such as shops; malls; museums; libraries; bathhouses and gyms. Necessary visits to; for example; grocery stores and pharmacies can be made. - Refrain from participating in; for example; meetings; concerts; performances; sports training; matches and competitions. However; this does not apply to sports training for children and young people born in 2005 or later. - Necessary close contact; such as during care visits and medical examinations; is not covered by the recommendation. However; it is important to keep in mind that anyone with symptoms that may be covid-19 should avoid any close contact with others. - Refrain from making unnecessary trips. Travel within or between regions can contribute to increasing the spread of infection because you often meet new people; which leads to new infection chains being started. One should therefore; as far as possible; refrain from such travel. The recommendation also applies to travel to the region from other regions. This advice is not intended to prevent people from; for example; going to work; studies / employment or the care that requires you to be on site. - Businesses and employers should take measures so that everyone can follow the general advice above. Employers' measures can be to encourage staff to work from home; offer increased opportunities to work from home; and to postpone business trips; conferences and other physical meetings. Other businesses can minimize the number of visitors at the same time; adjust opening hours; and offer digital options.

20.11.2020

Stay at home recommendations for people with covid-19 symptoms. This was stated by GD in a national press conferences 10 March (video in URL section). Subsequent Regulation HSLF-FS 2020:12 by Public Health Agency of Sweden outlines everyone's responsibility to help prevent the spread of covid-19.

20.11.2020

Stay at home recommendations for people with covid-19 symptoms. Has been made mandatory since 1 April; and extended until 31 December 2020. Regulation HSLF-FS 2020:12 by Public Health Agency of Sweden outlines everyone's responsibility to help prevent the spread of covid-19 by staying at home even at the sign of minor COVID-19-like symptoms

16.11.2020

If possible; avoid having physical contact with people other than those you live with. This means; among other things; a dissuasion from arranging or participating in a party or similar social gathering. Certain types of activities should also be avoided if they cannot be carried out without physical distance from others; such as contact sports or health or beauty care that is not medically justified. Refrain from staying in indoor environments such as shops; malls; museums; libraries; bathhouses and gyms. Necessary visits to; for example; grocery stores and pharmacies can be made. Refrain from participating in; for example; meetings; concerts; performances; sports training; matches and competitions. However; this does not apply to sports training for children and young people born in 2005 or later. Necessary close contact; such as during care visits and medical examinations; is not covered by the council. However; it is important to keep in mind that anyone with symptoms that may be covid-19 should avoid any close contact with others. Refrain from making unnecessary trips. Travel within or between regions can contribute to increasing the spread of infection because you often meet new people; which leads to new infection chains being started. One should therefore; as far as possible; refrain from such travel. The council also applies to travel to the region from other regions. This advice is not intended to prevent people from; for example; getting to work; studies / employment or the care that requires you to be on site. Businesses and employers should take measures so that everyone can follow the general advice above. Employers' measures can be to encourage staff to work from home; offer increased opportunities to work from home; and to postpone business trips; conferences and other physical meetings. Other businesses can minimize the number of visitors at the same time; adjust opening hours; and offer digital options.

10.09.2020

A regulation in place by the Public Health Agency of Sweden stipulating that visitors to serving establishments must be seated when drinking and eating thereby partially closing the function of a 'bar' in such establishments. This regulation was revoked and replaced with a parlimentary law (2020:526) in force since 1 July 2020 and complemented by a new regulation (2020:37) by the Public Health Agency of Sweden specifying at least a 1 metre distance between persons.