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Fully vaccinated travelers from Thailand and Taiwan exempt from Swedish entry and test requirements


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by Gregers Møller

 

The Swedish government has decided to revert to the entry restrictions that applied prior to 28 December 2021 with an exemption for fully vaccinated travelers from, amongst other countries, Thailand and Taiwan, the Swedish Ministry of Affairs recently announced. 

 

In the announcement on 18 January, the Ministry said: 

 

The Government has decided to revert to the entry restrictions that applied prior to 28 December 2021. This means that the specific requirement for a negative COVID-19 result from a test conducted within 48 hours of arrival no longer applies.

 

This decision is based on a request from the Public Health Agency of Sweden. The list of countries with approved vaccine certificates has also been expanded. The amendments will enter into force on 21 January.

 

Full story: https://scandasia.com/fully-vaccinated-travelers-from-thailand-and-taiwan-exempt-from-swedish-entry-and-test-requirements/

 

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