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 Public Health Agency of Sweden recommends that children aged 12-15 who are to be vaccinated against Covid-19 should only receive Pfizer/Biontech’s Comirnaty vaccine. The...
A new agreement has been signed that means the state will bear the cost of any adverse effects of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
Today, the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs decided to extend the advisory against non-essential travel to countries outside the EU/EEA/Schengen area until 15 April.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Utrikesdepartementet, UD) has decided to extend its warning against non-essential travel until 1 July.
On Thursday 27 May, the Government presented its plan for phasing out the restrictions that were put in place in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs (Utrikesdepartementet) has extended the advice against non-essential travel to most countries around the world until 1st September.
According to the Public Health Agency ("Folkhälsomyndigheten"), restrictions concerning audience limits and restaurants are no longer necessary from a point of view of protection...
People born in 1991 or later are still recommended to receive Pfizer/BioNTech’s vaccine, Comirnaty. This also applies to those who have received Moderna’s Spikevax vaccine as...
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.