Travelling abroad may have to wait. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs extends its travel advice by one month.
As of 15 May there is a ban on travelling on student floats. This decision has been made by the Swedish Transport Agency at the request of the Public Health Agency of Sweden.
The government has decided to extend the ban on nursing homes until 30 September.
After 29 July, the advisory against non-essential travel to Denmark, Norway, Switzerland and the Czech Republic will be lifted.
The government is investigating the possibility of easing the rule that prohibits public gatherings and public events that consist of more than 50 participants. The limit of 50...
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Utrikesdepartementet, UD) has decided to extend its warning against all non-essential travel to countries outside the EU/EEA/Schengen area and...
Sport activities may be started again from June 14 – but only outdoors and without spectators.
To mitigate the effects of the corona virus spread, the government extends the temporary entry ban to July 7.
In response to the European Council and Commission's recommendation, the Government has decided to temporarily stop unnecessary trips to Sweden from countries outside Europe.
Today, the government has decided to allow the Public Health Agency of Sweden to impose local bans on visiting retirement homes.