Information about the corona virus and covid-19
Information in other languages
The Public Health Agency of Sweden:
- Information about the coronavirus and covid-19 in English
- Information about "How to protect yourself and others from infection" in several languages
- FAQ in English
- Covid-19 vaccinations (Folkhalsomyndigheten.se)
- Vaccination against covid-19, 1177.se
- Information about vaccination in 19 languages, 1177.se
Krisinformation.se – Confirmed information from Swedish authorities:
- News and latest updates from Swedish authorities in English
- Links to information from Swedish authorities about the coronavirus/covid-19 in several languages
- National regulations in English
1177 Vårdguiden – Health care guide:
Informationssverige.se – the guide to Swedish society for recent immigrants to Sweden:
The Swedish Agency for Support to Faith Communities:
English - information about the coronavirus
Public Health Agency of Sweden: Protect yourself and others from spread of infection
Vaccination against covid-19 for patients enrolled in home care
From 20 to 22 January, vaccination will start for patients who are enrolled in Luleå Municipality's home health care. The vaccination takes place at COOP Arena.
Why COOP Arena?
The vaccine is too sensitive to be transported to patients' homes.
A nurse from the social administration will, in the next few days, contact patients to book an appointment for the vaccination that takes place at COOP Arena.
Transport to the vaccination
It is very good if a close relative can help with transport to COOP Arena, otherwise the municipality books transport, for example by taxi.
Second dose of the vaccine
Immediately after the vaccination, an appointment is made for the second dose, which takes place after three weeks.
If you have questions, contact Luleå Municipality's customer center, weekdays from 8 am to 5 pm on 0920-45 30 00.
General information about corona virus/covid-19
Public Health Agency of Sweden has a frequently asked question section in english with general information, transmission, prevention and travel questions.
Emergency information from swedish authorities - krisinformation.se - news and latest updates from swedish authorities.
School and preschool
The Public Health Agency has declared a high risk level of local spread of the virus in Sweden. However, their recommendations for schools and preschools remain unchanged, children and pupils that are free of symptoms are expected to attend preschool and school.
Everyone with symptoms of respiratory infection, including mild symptoms, are urged to forgo social contacts that risk spreading infection. In case of symptoms, the child/pupil should stay at home.
Finska - Tietoa koronaviruksesta
Meänkieli - Informasuunia koronaviiryksestä
Nordsamiska - Dieđut Koronavirus birra
Arabiska - العربية