As of 19 July 2021; people are again asked to work from home unless that is impossible.; From 3 November 2021; work from home at least half of the working time.; 13/11/2021 The advice to work from home will be tightened to 'Work at home; unless there is really no other option'.; 28/11/2021 The advice to work from home will be tightened up to 'Work at home. Can't do that: always keep 1;5 meters away at work.; 15/02/2022 The advice to work from home as much as possible also changes to: work at the office for a maximum of half...
01/12/2021 Decision on vaccination certificates for public gatherings and public events. By requiring vaccination certificates from visitors; an organizer must be able to continue to conduct their activities without limiting the number of participants. However; supplementary infection control measures may be needed. Vaccination certificates must be able to be used at events for more than 100 participants indoors.; 12/01/2022 Vaccination certificates to remain for Swedes travelling in Europe but may also be required to participate in public events.;
Gatherings of more than 200 people are prohibited; unless they are subject to a health protocol accepted in advance by the Health Directorate; which determines the health measures to be observed; 11/02/2022: The 2G+ system is replaced by the 3G system. Access to events; gatherings and establishments is therefore restricted to Fully vaccinated; Recovered and Unvaccinated/non-recovered persons with a valid negative PCR test certificate or a certified SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen test. For gatherings: a) up to 10 people; there are no restrictions b) between 11 and 50 people; wearing a mask and a 2-meter distance are compulsory c) between 51...
02/02/2022 All venue that accommodates the seated public can operate at full capacity; without limiting the number of visitors admitted; respecting the obligation to wear a mask. This lifting of the restriction concerns in particular stadiums and large performance halls which could not accommodate more than 2;000 people indoors; and 5;000 outdoors; only for seated public.;
If you test positive for COVID-19: self-isolate and notify the people with whom you have been in close contact over the last 2 days. You need to follow a different procedure for reporting your result; depending on the type of testing [antigen self-test (Schnelltest) or PCR/certified antigen test]. If you were in high-risk contact with a COVID-19 positive person: a) you will receive a prescription by email to perform a PCR test 6 days after the last contact with the positive person b) If you are not vaccinated or recovered; you will also receive a quarantine order. The quarantine ends...
Communication about the case definition and procedures to manage suspected cases; 22/10/2020: 1) Self-isolation or isolation applies to people who have a confirmed infection with COVID-19. They must self-isolate at home and people living under the same roof and intimate relationships must quarantine for a period of 7 days. This measure is intended to prevent the infected person; who is contagious; from transmitting the infection to those around him. 2) Isolation is prescribed by the doctor for a minimum of 10 days after the onset of symptoms. During this period of home confinement; all contact with other people should be...
07/12/2021 Recommendation of a distance of 1 meter and increased use of the home office.; 13/12/2021 Everyone who can have a home office must have a home office.; 13/01/2022 Work from home when it is possible or work from the office with 1m distance. There is also recommendation for face masks and good ventilation.; 01/02/2022 It will no longer be a requirement to facilitate a home office. It is recommended that employers themselves assess how much home office is right at the individual workplace.; 12/02/2022 Normal operation is recommended in accordance with infection control recommendations for the population.;
The employee must present a valid 3G certificate only upon arrival at the workplace. For organisational and practical reasons; the employer is therefore only obliged to check the employee once during the employee's working day.