Entry ban to Sweden extended
It is the uncertain situation concerning the spread of infection that is the basis for the decision.
- The entry ban for travellers to Sweden from countries within the EU/EEA will be extended up to and including 30 November 2021. In order to travel to Sweden from these countries, one must continue to be able to present the EU digital COVID certificate or corresponding certificate showing that one has either been vaccinated against COVID-19, tested negative within 72 hours prior to arrival or has recovered from COVID-19 within 6 months. As before, persons from Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway are not included in the ban.
- The entry ban for travellers to Sweden from countries outside the EU/EEA will be extended up to and including 31 January 2022. In order for a foreign citizen to be able to travel into Sweden from another country outside the EU/EEA, he or she must have an exception from the entry ban and also be able to present a negative COVID-19 test or be exempted from the test requirement.
Persons who can present a vaccination certificate that has been issued in USA are exempt from both the entry ban and the test requirement from and including 5 November.
Persons who can present a vaccination certificate issued in Guernsey, Isle of Man and Jersey are exempt completely from the entry bans from and including 5 November.