Sweden to relax quarantine requirements for tourists

Sweden to relax quarantine requirements for tourists

Sweden eases quarantine requirements for tourists

The requirement for a negative test for COVID-19 taken no more than 48 hours before arrival in Sweden is no longer considered a proportional measure.

In Sweden, from January 21, tourists will no longer need to present a negative coronavirus test to enter the country. This is reported The Local.

It is noted that tourists no longer pose a particular risk in the context of the spread of Omicron in Sweden.

The requirement for a negative test for COVID-19 taken no more than 48 hours before arrival in Sweden is no longer considered a proportional measure.

Recall that in Sweden, the government introduced new restrictions on January 12 due to a surge in the incidence of COVID.

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