The Public Health Agency has decided that occasional outdoor matches and sports competitions will now be possible for children and young people born in 2002 or later.
The Public Health Authority has stated that pregnant women with a higher risk of serious illness can receive the vaccine.
Update 27 April 14.10: The warning has been withdrawn and no longer applies.
The Public Health Agency of Sweden (Folkhälsomyndigheten) has decided to continue to halt the use of the Janssen vaccine in all age groups. The vaccine is not recommended for people under 65, while those over 65 will be getting the vaccine from other manufacturers.
The Government and the Public Health Agency of Sweden are prolonging several restrictions in the country until 17 May. This is because the rate of spread of Covid-19 remains high and healthcare services are under heavy strain.
The recommendation remains that people under the age of 65 should not be vaccinated with Astra Zeneca’s Vaxzevria vaccine, says the Public Health Agency (Folkhälsomyndigheten).
Update 20 April 15.49: The warning has been withdrawn.
Three weeks after the first dose, people who have been vaccinated may meet indoors with others from a few different households. They may also go shopping in store. Vaccinated residents within elderly care residences can leave the residence to visit relatives. This is according to the Public Health…
Update 15 April 15.49: The warning has been withdrawn.
Update 04.23: The warning has been withdrawn. Original text: An important public announcement regarding fire and smoke has been issued for Årsta and Södermalm, Stockholm County. People are urged to go inside and close doors, windows and vents.
Update 12.55: The warning has been withdrawn.
SMHI (Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute): Class 2 warning for large amounts of snow in Gävleborg County
SMHI warns of heavy snowfall in Gävleborg County during the night between Sunday and Monday.