Här hittar du information om Länsstyrelsen på andra språk.
About the coronavirus in other languages
Here you will find information about the coronavirus and covid-19 in other languages.
Information in english about coronavirus and COVID-19
Here you can find information from responsible authorities about the virus, spread of infection and handling of the outbreak.
Recommendations from November 1st
14 days after you have taken your 2nd vaccine dose you are vaccinated, according to current standards.
- are vaccinated, or
- have had covid-19 in the past 6 months, or
- if you have tested negative, or
- are younger than 6 years, this is what you need to do:
- Stay at home if you have symptoms.
- If you have been fever-free for 24 hours and feel well again you can go back to work, preschool or leisure activities.
- If you travelled outside of the Nordic countries and feel symptoms within 14 days of your return to Sweden, take a covid test.
- are not vaccinated, and
- have not had covid-19 in the past 6 months, and
- are 6 years or older, this is what you need to do:
- If you feel symptoms, take a covid test. If the test is positive, stay home 7 days after the symptoms started. 48 hours of those days should be fever-free. Then, if you feel well, you can go back to work, school or leisure activities.
- Keep a distance to other people.
- Avoid close contact with people in risk groups or those over 70 years of age.
- When you enter Sweden from another country, take a covid-19 test.
Information in other languages
Do you speak some of the languages arabic, dari, somali and tigrinyan?
The telephone number for general information about Corona is 010-831 80 10 (Region Värmland). The telephone service is open between 10-12.
Här kan du läsa om Länsstyrelsen på Sveriges minoritetsspråk.