The entry ban to Sweden ended 31 March 2022, meaning that no corona specific entry restrictions are in effect from 1 April 2022. Negative test or vaccine certificates are not required to enter Sweden. Ordinary entry requirements applies, like holding a valid travel document, and possibly a visa.
For more information concerning the former entry ban and the Covid-19 situation in Sweden, the Embassy would like to refer to the following websites:
The holder of an Israeli standard passport enjoys visa-free access to Sweden for up to 90 days.
If you are visiting Sweden and are not a citizen of Israel, you may need a visa. Check here to find out if you need a visa to Sweden.
Additional information on passport requirements and long term visas can be found here