Negative COVID-19 test required for entry into Sweden

05 Feb 2021

Starting 6 February, all Foreign Nationals aged 18 and above travelling to Sweden must present a negative COVID-19-test result, not more than 48 hours old, to be allowed entry into Sweden.

The Swedish Government took the decision on a compulsory negative COVID-19 test result to enter Sweden on 3 February, regardless of where they are arriving from.

The aim is to reduce the risk of spreading the new variants of the COVID-19 virus that have been detected in a number of countries.

The regulations will enter into force 6 February, i.e. at midnight on Friday, and will apply up to and including 31 March.

Further information regarding exemptions can be found on the following link:

Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden - Government.se

Negative COVID-19 test required for entry into Sweden - Government.se

For information regarding the entry restrictions to Sweden you may visit the following links:

Entry ban to Sweden from UK, Denmark and Norway | The Swedish Police Authority (polisen.se)

Frequently asked questions | The Swedish Police Authority (polisen.se)

Last updated 05 Feb 2021, 2.56 PM