Reuters Johan Nilsson
The Swedish government has decided to extend the entry ban to Sweden for non-recipients of the Corona vaccine from the European Union and the European Economic Area.
And a statement issued by the government stated, “Exceptions will include those who can provide a certificate of vaccination or a negative test for the Corona virus, or the presence of antibodies they have.”
He added, “The extension of the current ban is valid until June 30, and will continue until August 31,” noting that “there are no restrictions on entry for residents of Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway.”
He continued, “The government decided to extend the ban on entry to Sweden due to the continuing uncertainty about infection, and the Swedish rules are currently being adapted to the rules of the European Union, with the travel ban extended until August 31.”
Sweden recorded a total of about one million and 85 thousand cases of corona, and 14,537 deaths.