As of February 9, most restrictions regarding covid-19 for the general public will be lifted in Sweden. It is still important to stay home in case of symptoms.

This information is no longer relevant.

Most restrictions are lifted on February 9th

On February 3, the Government and FHM held a press conference where announced that the majority of restrictions in Sweden regarding covid-19 will be lifted from February 9th.

It is still important to stay home in case of symptoms.

Read more about what will apply here

 

 

 

Do not attend the event if you have symptoms

It is very important that you do not attend the event if you experience cold symptoms.

 

Vaccine pass is not required

Since covid-19 is no longer classified as a socially dangerous disease in Sweden, the use of vaccine passports has ceased. No vaccine pass will be required during Rally Sweden.

 

No testing of the general public

The general public no longer needs to be tested for symptoms. Patients, care takers, health and eldrely care staff should continue to test for symptoms.

 

Travel restrictions

For you who are a visitor and not resident in Sweden, it is important to know which international travel restrictions apply.

Read more about travel restrictions

 

For you who are unvaccinated

If you have not yet been vaccinated, you run a greater risk of becoming seriously ill and thus other recommendations apply to the unvaccinated. If you have not yet been vaccinated, you should continue to avoid crowds and avoid staying in cramped indoor environments.