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Several Swedish regions can again receive Danish visits, while travel to Luxembourg is now not recommended.

Oresund Bridge. Photo: Niels Christian Vilmann / Ritzau Scanpix

From Thursday, the Danes can travel to the Swedish regions Blekinge, Kronoberg, Skåne and Västerbotten again without having to quarantine for 14 days when they return home.

This is stated on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website .

All unnecessary journeys are still advised against the rest of Sweden as the country does not meet the criteria for low infection rates in the model for travel guides for EU and Schengen countries. However, the four regions are exempted as they meet the criteria.

Caution continues to exercise caution

In addition to visits to the four regions, you can travel to areas where otherwise unnecessary travel is advised if you stay at your own desert farm or the like.

However, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs continues to exercise caution to minimize the risk of infection during all trips to Sweden.

Luxembourg ranks off the list

At the same time, the Foreign Ministry has also changed in the travel guide to Luxembourg. Here, all unnecessary journeys are now not recommended as the country no longer meets the criteria.

If you already stay in the country, you are allowed to stay there until your holiday is over, it sounds.

Upon returning home, the ministry calls for covid-19 testing, but not quarantine for 14 days.

Green light requires few infected per 100,000 population

The model for traveling abroad addresses a number of criteria that the countries must meet. To be ‘open’, for example, a country must have less than 20 newly infected per 100,000 inhabitants per week.

Once a country is open, the critical level of when a country changes its ‘quarantine country’ status will be at 30 infected per 100,000 population. At the same time, requirements will be set for the countries’ test regimes.


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