Embassy of sweden Manila, Philippines

Local time Manila
5:23 PM
22 Dec 2021

Christmas and New Year Holiday Closure

The Embassy will be closed for Christmas and New Year's holiday from December 24 2021 until January 2 2022. Operations will resume on January 3 2022. Emergency Consular Services relating to Typhoon Rai will be continuous during this time. For urgent concerns you may reach the embassy's email ambassaden.manila@gov.se or call the Embassy's phone at +63 02 8811-7900 then press 0 to be connected to the Consular Department of the Swedish Foreign Ministry or may dial +46 08-405 50 05.

21 Dec 2021

Temporary entry ban to Sweden

To mitigate the effects of the spread of COVID-19 and reduce the outbreak, a temporary ban on entry to the EU via Sweden is in force.

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13 Apr 2021

National vaccination program of the Philippine Government

The Department of Health (DOH) has advised that all foreign nationals with legal residency status in the Philippines shall be included in the national vaccination program of the Philippine Government and in the priority group appropriate to their circumstance. All eligible Swedish nationals in the Philippines are therefore informed that they can register with their respective local government unit’s registration portals for participation in the national vaccination program.

18 Aug 2020


Due to Covid-19 and the risk of infection stricter rules have been introduced when visiting the Swedish Embassy. Effective May 26, all visits must be booked in advance by calling the Embassy on telephone 02-88117900 or email ambassaden.manila@gov.se The Embassy of Sweden Manila would like to remind all visitors that the building administration is strictly implementing the following policies prior to entry: 1. NO mask NO face shield NO entry policy 2. All visitors must fill out a health declaration form 3. Mandatory temperature check (anyone with a temperature 37.5◦C or above will not be allowed entry into the building)

Negative COVID-19 test required for entry into Sweden

22 Dec 2021

The Government decided today to amend the entry ban to Sweden. The amendments mean that all travellers must be able to present a negative test result for ongoing COVID-19 infection upon arrival to Sweden, regardless of the country they travel from. The decision is based on the increasing spread of infection and a request from the Public Health Agency of Sweden. The amendments will enter into force on 28 December.


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