Information regarding the coronavirus in other languages/Information på andra språk

How to protect yourself and others, see information in different languages below.

For information in other languages, please read Public Health Agency of Sweden’s information about covid-19.



Newsletter about Corona in english from Kalmar County Crisis Reduction:


Newsletter about Corona in arabic from Kalmar County Crisis Reduction:


Newsletter about Corona in dari from Kalmar County Crisis Reduction:


Newsletter about Corona in somali from Kalmar County Crisis Reduction:


Newsletter about Corona in tigrinyan from Kalmar County Crisis Reduction:

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Help reducing the spread of the virus

  • Stay at home if you feel unwell and have symptoms such as cough, fever, body ache or even just a stuffy nose. Avoid seeing other people than the ones you live with. Don’t go back to school or work until you have been symptom free for at least two days.
  • Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly with soap and water
  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow or sleeve
  • Minimize physical contact
  • Avoid large crowds and keep your distance from others

If you have symptoms

If you have symptoms and need advice, please call the health line 1177 (phone number +461177). The support line is answered and staffed by medical personnel.
1177 website in other languages

If you have questions about the coronavirus and covid-19, that are not related to symtoms, please call the national information line 113 13.

Protecting risk groups

The elderly are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus covid-19 infection. Do not visit care homes or hospitals. We must all do everything we can to minimize the spread of the virus.

National regulations

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.

The government is tightening restrictions before the Christmas weekend. Most restrictions apply from December 24 to January 24. The government announces that several restrictions will be extended because of the spread of Covid-19.

If you are being vaccinated against COVID-19

Information about vaccination against COVID-19 from the Public Health Agency. The information is available in several languages.