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Travel to and from Sweden is restricted possible from EEA countries and some third countries, while domestic restrictions are mostly lifted.
Arrivals from the following countries may enter as well:
Vaccinated arrivals may enter from the following countries:
There is no mandatory quarantine when entering Sweden.
All arrivals to Sweden must present a negative PCR 72 hours.
Arrivals from Nordic countries are exempt from testing.
Vaccinated arrivals from within the EU/EEA, and those arriving from Albania, Andorra, the Faroe Islands, Israel, Morocco, Monaco, United Kingdom, and Panama, may present proof of vaccination instead.
Public transportation in Sweden is operating.
Restaurants and bars in Sweden are open under social distancing and health restrictions.
Most non-essential businesses and attractions in Sweden have reopened, under social distancing and capacity limitations.
Wearing face masks is not required in Sweden, but is recommended on public transport during rush hour.