New time slots for passport applications and other citizenship-related matters (Swedish ID number and Name Registration, certificate of retaining Swedish citizenship after the age of 22 etc.) will be published on the Embassy's website on Wednesday 16 November 2022 at 09:00 AM.NEWS
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