Information for travellers in regards to Covid-19
Here you will find restrictions and recommendations about travelling to and staying in Sweden. As this kind of information may be due to change quickly, you need to check what applies with relevant authorities before travelling to Sweden.
Travelling restrictions for Sweden
As of 1 April 2022, there is no longer an entry ban to Sweden.
Travelers from China must present a certificate of a negative covid-19 test upon arrival in Sweden. The entry restrictions apply 7-28 January 2023. The test requirement applies to adults and children over the age of 12 who are third-country nationals. Read more at folkhalsomyndigheten.se: "Entering Sweden from abroad".
Recommendations and regulations when in Sweden
There are no longer any restrictions in Sweden due to Covid-19.
The Public Health Agency of Sweden (‘Folkhälsomyndigheten’) recommends the following:
- Anyone with symptoms of Covid-19 should stay at home and avoid close contact with others.
- People who are unvaccinated should be extra careful and avoid crowded indoor environments. This recommendation only applies to adults.
Read more at krisinformation.se: “Current rules and recommendations”.
Travelling from Sweden
Please keep yourself informed of the different regulations that may apply in different countries for travelling from Sweden.
This page is based on information from the Swedish authorities. We strive to keep it updated with the latest changes, but as this kind of information may be due to change quickly and may also differ for parts of the country, you need to check what applies by visiting the links of this page as well as the relevant authorities in the country you are travelling from. Please note that Visit Sweden accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of this information.
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