MSB's work with handling the new coronavirus
No authority is singlehandedly responsible for Sweden’s handling of the coronavirus disease COVID-19. Instead, there are several parties involved that handle different parts thereof. Together, this forms Sweden’s preparedness.
Here you can find information from The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) and others handling the new coronavirus covid-19.
The sending of a text message to Swedish mobile subscribers yesterday went according to plan and no technical issues were reported. The majority of Swedish subscribers received the text message – just over 12 million text messages were sent out during the day.
In order to reach more people with information on stricter regulations and general advice on our collective responsibility to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Swedish Public Health Agency (Fohm) and the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) will send out a text message on Monday 14 December 2020 to all Swedish mobile subscribers.
The Swedish Agency for Participation, together with the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency and the National Association for People with Intellectual Disabilities, has produced a video about the coronavirus directed at people with an intellectual disability.
Due to the increasing spread of infection in Sweden this autumn, the Government has commissioned MSB, the Public Health Agency of Sweden, and the county administrative boards to coordinate, strengthen, and expand public information on the pandemic.
Focus on tens of thousands of food and medicine deliveries when Dan Eliasson visited Nacka municipality
The work performed by voluntary organisations is substantial and important. On Wednesday, MSB’s Director-General Dan Eliasson visited Nacka and the municipality’s local Red Cross to learn about voluntary work there.