About Covid-19 in other languages
Here you will find answers to questions about the new Covid-19 in other languages.
As of 14 December, stricter national regulations and general advice come into force about everyone's responsibility to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Everyone in society, both individuals and business operators, has an obligation to take measures to prevent the spread of infection. This also applies to celebrating festive occasions. More information on krisinformation.se.
Vaccination against Covid-19
Covid-19 is an infectious disease that spreads easily. Vaccination is the most effective way of avoiding serious illness or death due to the disease. Vaccination can also help reduce the spread of Covid-19 in the community. It is therefore important that as many people as possible choose to get vaccinated.
- About vaccination in other languages (1177.se).
- How to book an appointment for vaccination - Arabic (pdf) Pdf, 278 kB.
- How to book an appointment for vaccination - Dari (pdf) Pdf, 540 kB.
- How to book an appointment for vaccination - English (pdf) Pdf, 66 kB.
- How to book an appointment for vaccination - Somali (pdf) Pdf, 393 kB.
Emergency information from Swedish authorities - krisinformation.se
Number to call if you have general questions
Call telephone number 08-123 680 00 if you have general questions about covid-19 and wish to speak directly to those who answer in any of these languages: Amharic, Arabic, Bosnian, Croatian, Dari, English, Persian, Russian, Serbian, Somali, Spanish or Tigrinya. The telephone line is staffed Monday through Friday from 9 am to 3 pm. At other times, you can call and leave a message. The staff will return your call as soon as possible. The telephone line is a collaboration between The Public Health Agency of Sweden and the regions of Sweden.
Information on covid-19 for you who have recently arrived in Sweden
Together we slow down the infection. If you show symptoms of covid-19, it is important that you follow the Swedish Public Health Agency's recommendations. Stay at home, test yourself and keep your distance from those you live with. Information on English, Arabic, Dari, Tigrinya, Somali and Spanish in Swedish Civil Contingensies Agency website (msb.se).