On 1 October, the general ban on visits to nursing homes will be lifted. People above the age of 70 are at high risk of becoming seriously ill from Covid-19.
The government is reviewing the rules for the number of participants allowed in various contexts during the pandemic.
Update september 25, 20.06: This message no longer applies.
The Swedish Government has decided to extend the period during which risk groups, relatives and parents of certain seriously ill children can apply for compensation up to and including 31 December 2020.
The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs lifts advice against non-essential travel to Finland and Slovakia. The decision applies from 21 September.
An Important Public Announcement regarding fire and smoke has been issued for Norrköping, Östergötland county
Update september 21, 12.20: This message no longer applies.
The government has decided that the visitor ban at nursing homes will be lifted on 1 October.
The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs is lifting its advice against non-essential travel travel to United Kingdom. The decision applies from 14th of september.
Update September 9, 8.20 P.M: This message no longer applies.
The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs is lifting its advice against travel to Cyprus.
The Swedish government is proposing an extension of corona-related measures in the area of health insurance and for temporary parental benefit.
The interest in testing for an ongoing Covid-19 infection has increased. This has led to increased waiting times in several regions, including Kronoberg, Sörmland, Dalarna and Region Skåne.
Update September 1, 6.30 P.M.: This message no longer applies. There is a risk of leakage of extremely flammable gas due to a collision between two train carriages in a marshalling yard. There is no leakage at present. The incident commander urges everyone within a 600 m radius of the marshalling…