Information for Swedish Lapland travellers in regards to the corona virus
As we all know, our world right now is not what it once was. The pandemic has defined our present.
We have gathered some of the information about travelling to Swedish Lapland, as well as restrictions and recommendations when staying in Sweden.
Travelling restrictions for Sweden
We ask you to closely monitor statements and guidance issued by your home country’s public authorities, health officials and embassy, in order to receive timely information on matters such as quarantine instructions upon arrival at home.
Flying to Sweden
Airline operators may ask you to wear a face mask, and may also may require passengers to show a health statement. Check this with your operator before travelling.
Everyday life in Swedish Lapland
Tests for travel certificates
ExpressCare provides Covid-19 virus diagnostic and travel certification services. More specifically PCR tests, Antigen tests (rapid tests) and travel certificates. Booking via their website
PCR-test Covid-19 in KirunaDownload
ExpressCare offers PCR- and Antigen-tests in Luleå. Booking via their website
Hermelinen Sjukvård, a private clinic in Luleå city, offers PCR-test for groups of minimum 7 persons and Antigen tests. Contact email@example.com for more info and bookings.
MACC Scandinavia provides PCR-tests and Antigen tests in Boden. Booking via their website
Stockholm / Arlanda Airport
PCR-tests are offered at Arlanda Airport. A stay of at least 10 hours in Stockholm is required.
Nordic Ways – Read more and book here.
AirPort Sky – Read more and book here
Vaccina – Read more and book here
Reduce the spread of infection:
- If you feel unwell, stay at home.
- If you are not vaccinated, keep a safe distance.
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water.