Limited opening hours for restaurants and catering extablishments

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.

According to the new decision, catering establlishments and restaurants must close at 20.30 (8.30 pm). This applies regardless of whether alcohol is served or not. It is still possible for businesses to supply food for collection (take-away).

Any catering establishment that is located in a shopping centre, such as shopping malls, can only serve customers eating alone. If a catering establishment has its own entrance, the limit of one person per party does not apply.

Source: Folkhälsomyndigheten

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