The Public Health Agency of Sweden
Updated 21 December 2020

COVID-19

Here you find our information about COVID-19.

FAQ about COVID-19

Regulations and general guidelines
The Public Health Agency of Sweden’s regulations and general guidelines relating to everyone’s responsibility to prevent COVID-19 infections.

Recommendations for those travelling or who have travelled to Sweden from the United Kingdom

Recommendations for upcoming weekends and holidays
From 14 December, more stringent national regulations and general guidelines will apply regarding everybody's responsibility in preventing the spread of COVID-19.

Protect yourself and others from spread of infection
The best way to protect yourself and others from infection is to avoid close contact with people who are ill. General advice on avoiding infection is here.

COVID-19 testing and about antibody tests

Tests for travel certificates
Private providers who can issue travel certificates are listed.

Checklist for event organisers and venues serving food and drink

If you are planning to travel

COVID-19 and pregnancy

COVID-19 and at-risk groups

The Swedish strategy about COVID-19

The Public Health Agency of Sweden’s work with COVID-19

More about COVID-19

National Coronavirus telephone line in several languages

Call 08-123 680 00 for answers to questions about COVID-19.

The line is open on weekdays between 09:00 and 15:00. If you call the line outside of these hours, you can leave a message and be called back.

The telephone line is staffed by health communication officers who speak English, Arabic, Somali, Farsi, Dari, Tigrinya, Amharic, Russian, Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, and Spanish.

If you or anyone close to you is sick and you have any questions about their illness, always call 1177. In the event of an emergency and life-threatening difficulties, always call 112.

The telephone line is available in several languages and is a collaboration between the Public Health Agency of Sweden and local regions.