(Updated) The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, SMHI, extends its former class 2 warning for very high flows in northern Sweden. The warning now covers several counties.
Upper secondary school students can return to school premises in the summer and autumn. The change applies from 15 June.
Sport activities may be started again from June 14 – but only outdoors and without spectators.
Update May 27, 11:20 A.M: The message is no longer valid.
The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, SMHI, has issued a class 2 warning concerning very high flows of water in rivers in parts of Norrbotten county.
Update May 26, 05:30 A.M: The message is no longer valid.
Update May 22nd, 8:23 P.M.: The message is no longer valid.
There is a fire in a waste disposal plant and smoke is drifting toward the town centre. The leader of rescue operations urges everyone in the area to go inside, and to close doors, windows, and ventilation. For more information in Swedish, listen to Swedish radio channel P4 Dalarna.
The largest proportion of antibodies is found in people in Stockholm – and in the 20-64 age group. It shows the first results of the Public Health Agency's study of the presence of antibodies against the new corona virus.
It is important that children are able to continue with their usual activities as much as possible. Therefore, the Public Health Agency of Sweden ("Folkhälsomyndigheten") is permitting holiday camps and camp activities this summer, as long as they are held in smaller groups and close to home.
The government has decided to establish new contingency zones for Swedish nuclear power plants from 1 July 2022. In these zones, there will be iodine tablets available, a warning system, and plans for evacuation and staying indoors.
To mitigate the effects of the corona virus spread, the government extends the temporary entry ban to June 15.
There is a fire in Gylle school on Idrottsvägen and fire is spreading. The smoke is drifting toward the town centre. The leader of rescue operations urges everyone in the area to go inside, and to close doors, windows, and ventilation. For more information in Swedish, listen to Swedish radio…
As of 15 May there is a ban on travelling on student floats. This decision has been made by the Swedish Transport Agency at the request of the Public Health Agency of Sweden.
Travelling abroad may have to wait. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs extends its travel advice by one month.
Fewer people state that they avoid social activities or public transport than a week ago. This was shown by a study conducted by Kantar Sifo on behalf of The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency.