On 8 July, the Government decided on an amendment regarding entry into Sweden from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Jordan, Kosovo, Montenegro, Qatar, Republic of Moldova, and Saudi Arabia. The amendment enters into force on 12 July 2021. This means that travel from Bosnia and Herzegovina to Sweden now is possible. However, there is still a requirement to present a certificate verifying a negative COVID-19 test result for entry into Sweden from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden - Government.se
On June 12 the Government decided to extend the temporary entry ban to the EU via Sweden until 30 June. On June 4 the Government adopted certain amendments clarifying the ban. The aim of the entry ban is, as previously, to mitigate the effects of the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and reduce the outbreak of COVID-19. Due to the coronavirus and the temporary entry ban to Sweden, the Swedish Migration Agency has decided that the majority of visa applications will be rejected. This applies if you wish to visit Sweden and are a citizen of a country outside the EU.