Sweden now eases its entry restrictions for all Danes and Norwegians applicable from 31 March.
This is stated by the Swedish Minister of the Interior in one press conference , writes SVT.
– Thus, Norwegians and Danes with a holiday home in Sweden can again visit their houses, says Minister of the Interior Mikael Damberg.
However, you must still be able to show a negative coronation test when entering Sweden.
However, it is important to emphasize that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has continued to paint the whole world red. This means that all travel is discouraged – also to Sweden. If you travel anyway, you must be quarantined and stay there for 10 days or until you have a negative PCR test on the fourth day.
Sweden has also extended the entry ban from the rest of the world.