Beginning 10 June, the joint press conferences on COVID-19 will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
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 Ministry for Foreign Affairs ("Utrikesdepartementet") advises against all unnecessary (non-essential) travel to Italy.
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...
As of Saturday 6 February, foreign nationals will need to present a negative Covid-19 test result in order to travel into Sweden.
Fewer people state that they avoid social activities or public transport than a week ago. This was shown by a study conducted by Kantar Sifo on behalf of The Swedish Civil...
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...
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.
Sport activities may be started again from June 14 – but only outdoors and without spectators.