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Travel restrictions for travel to Sweden due to covid-19

Last updated 4/19/2022
There might be different restrictions when entering Sweden. Below, you can find relevant information on current laws regarding trips to Sweden.

Border control at Hyllie train station. Photo: News Øresund - Johan Wessman

The travel restrictions upon entering Sweden from Denmark are removed on the 1st of April 2022

From the 1st of April 2022 your are no longer required to present a corona passport when travelling to Sweden.


Information about covid-19 in Sweden

The Public Health Agency of Sweden (Folkhälsomyndigheten) has more information about covid-19 in Sweden.

Read more at Folkhälsomyndigheten


Do you have more questions?

Contact the Swedish police via telephone:

  • If you live in Sweden: 114 14
  • If you live in Denmark: +46 77 114 14 00

For questions regarding corona-virus and restrictions, contact the Government Offices of Sweden:

  • If you live in Sweden: 113 13
  • If you live in Denmark: +46 77 33 113 13


You can also find additional information on how covid-19 affect border commuters in our article about covid-19 in the Øresund region.

Go to our article on covid-19 and cross-border commuting


Border control by the swedish borders

There is border control by the Swedish borders.. 

All travellers must be able to present valid travel documentation, such as a valid identification, at the border.


More information about travel documents at


Are you travelling from Sweden to Denmark?

Read our article about the Danish border controls here

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