Thin ice alert for Uppsala, Stockholm, Södermanland, Jönköping, Örebro, Dalarna, Västmanland, Värmland and Kronoberg counties
The general public is urged not to embark on ice-covered lakes and watercourses in Uppsala County, Stockholm County, Södermanland County, Jönköping County, Dalarna County, Västmanland County, Örebro County, Värmland County and Kronoberg County. The warm spring weather means that the ice on lakes…
The Public Health Agency of Sweden has today decided on more measures to reduce the spread of Covid-19 in society. As from 1 March, restaurants and catering extablishments will be subject to limited opening hours, amongst other things.
Vaccinated seniors may now return to a slightly more normal life with regard to contact with other people, writes the Swedish Public Health Agency.
The ban on serving alcohol between 8 pm and 11 am at venues serving food and drink is being extended until 28 February 2021.
The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute has issued a warning class 2 for heavy drifting snow in Skåne County on Sunday afternoon and evening.
The Government has decided to prolong the alcohol ban after 8 pm at venues serving food and drink and is proposing more measures by means of the pandemic law.
The Public Health Agency of Sweden have now decided that young people born in 2002 or later may participate in organised sports and leisure activities, both indoors and outdoors.
The Swedish government has commissioned three authorities to draw up an online vaccination certificate, which is hoped will be in place by 1 June 2021. Such a certificate may be required upon entry to certain countries, or to attend cultural and sporting events, for example.
The Public Health Agency has changed the order of priority for Covid-19 vaccination. Everyone over 65 years old will be vaccinated in Phase 2.
As of Saturday 6 February, foreign nationals will need to present a negative Covid-19 test result in order to travel into Sweden.
The Public Health Agency of Sweden has investigated more than 2000 cases of Covid-19 to detect the presence of the British mutated virus variant in Sweden. Eleven per cent of the samples proved to be of the British variant.
The Public Health Agency of Sweden recommends that the Astra Zeneca vaccine be given primarily to people between the ages of 18 and 64. Instead, people over age 64 should receive one of the previously approved vaccines from Pfizer or Moderna.