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...
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.
After a review of the current state of knowledge, the Public Health Authority has decided that pregnant women can be offered the vaccine against Covid-19 in phase four, in the...
The Swedish Public Health Agency has produced new general advice aimed at adults who have not been vaccinated. This is because unvaccinated people are at greater risk of...
The Public Health Agency recommends an extra dose of COVID-19 vaccine for those with a severely compromised immune system. The recommendation applies from 1 September.
The ban means that the serving of alcoholic beverages and alcohol-like products are prohibited between 8 pm and 11 am in order to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
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 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 Agency has changed the order of priority for Covid-19 vaccination. Everyone over 65 years old will be vaccinated in Phase 2.