Official information on the Covid-19 pandemic

To mitigate the spread of Covid-19, everyone is advised to avoid social events, to keep a safe distance to others, and to stay at home if they have any symptoms. On the pages in this section, you will find links to information from Swedish authorities about the Covid-19 pandemic and the measures taken to combat it.
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Restrictions and prohibitions

A summary of the restrictions and prohibitions that are currently in effect in Sweden.

Slow down the spread of Covid-19

Follow the recommendations of The Public Health Agency of Sweden.

Risk groups

Advanced age is the foremost risk factor, but there are others. Here you will find more about factors that indicate an increased risk of being severely afflicted with covid-19.

Visiting Sweden during the Covid-19 pandemic

Here we have gathered information from the authorities about how the Covid-19 outbreak affects travelling, accomodation, and other activities for visitors to Sweden.

Vaccine, medicine and treatment

Information and links about vaccines, medicines and treatment of Covid-19.

Employees, employers and businesses

About running a business, employment and sick leave.

Domestic travel and public transport

What you need to consider before making a journey in Sweden.

Testing

Information about what applies to Covid-19 testing.

Travel restrictions

About restrictions concerning travelling to and from Sweden.

If you feel worried

Information about where to turn if you feel worried.

Source criticism

Being source critical means evaluating the information you find.

  • Published 2/25/2021 2:23:07 PM

    Relief for vaccinated seniors

    Vaccinated seniors may now return to a slightly more normal life with regard to contact with other people, writes the Swedish Public Health Agency.

  • Published 2/16/2021 8:08:09 AM

    The Government: Ban on alcohol from 8 pm extended

    The ban on serving alcohol between 8 pm and 11 am at venues serving food and drink is being extended until 28 February 2021.

  • Published 2/4/2021 7:59:28 PM

    Government extending national restrictions

    The Government has decided to prolong the alcohol ban after 8 pm at venues serving food and drink and is proposing more measures by means of the pandemic law.