Pregnant women should avoid being infected with COVID 19 during the last stages of pregnancy and before giving birth. Pregnant women with risk factors such as obesity, diabetes or high blood pressure should be especially careful states the Public Health Agency of Sweden.
There will be no large graduation celebrations this year. The Public Health Agency of Sweden clarifies this now.
Due to the mention in the media that elderly people should not be offered intensive care, the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare (“Socialstyrelsen”) makes it clear that this is not the case. The national principles for prioritising intensive care stipulate that everyone must have care on…
Due to the increasing fire risk, MSB is preparing helicopters for fire-extinguishing missions. At the same time, MSB is appealing to the public to be cautious in forests and fields.
Due to the spread of COVID-19, this year's celebration of Walpurgis Night will be different, writes the Public Health Agency of Sweden. One should avoid parties and think about not forming crowds. It is also important to keep a distance to other people, also outdoors.
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.
In a new report, the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare (“Socialstyrelsen”) identifies the groups most at risk of being especially seriously affected if they contract covid-19.
SMHI has issued a class-2 warning for storm gusts in Jämtlands county except mountain area from Monday morning to Monday afternoon.
According to the new general advice of the Public Health Agency of Sweden (“Folkhälsomyndigheten”), larger social events should be avoided and people over the age of 70 should be particularly careful. The purpose of the advice is to counteract the spread of covid-19 and, above all, to protect the…
Starting today, it will not be possible to take more medications from pharmacies than you need for a period of 3 months. The government has decided this after the demand for medications has increased significantly.