Update July 31 8:50 P.M.: The warning has been withdrawn.
The Public Health Agency of Sweden recommends that people who are able to work from home should continue to do so during the autumn. This will contribute towards less crowding in, for example, public transport.
After 29 July, the advisory against non-essential travel to Denmark, Norway, Switzerland and the Czech Republic will be lifted.
Update July 26 05:00: The warning has been withdrawn.
A person with a confirmed Covid-19 infection has a very low risk of becoming sick again for at least for six months.
The Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Utrikesdepartementet, UD) removes the advisory against non-essential travel to Andorra, Poland and Germany after the 15th of July. UD will reintroduce a travel advisory against non-essential travels to Switzerland, from the 15th July to the 29th July.
Sunday July 5th 4.10 P.M: The message is no longer valid.