Jump to content

Information in other languages

Information in other languages about coronavirus and how to protect yourself and others from spread of infection.

You will find information in other languages on following websites:

Krisinformation.se

The website krisinformation.se provides confirmed information from authorities involved in the handling of the coronavirus COVID-19.

Information from authorities about the coronavirus/covid-19 in other languages

The Public Health Agency of Sweden

The Public Health Agency of Sweden has a national responsibility for public health issues and works to ensure good public health. The agency also works to ensure that the population is protected against communicable diseases and other health threats.

The Public Health Agency has the main responsibility for questions concerning contagion and communicable disease control.

Information in other languages about coronavirus and how to protect yourself and others from spread of infection

1177 Vårdguiden

1177 Vårdguiden is a website providing information about corona in twenty-seven languages. Here you will find information in other languages about the importance of staying at home if you feel unwell with cold symptoms, cough or fever and what to do and where to call if you live in Stockholm County.

About corona in twenty-eight languages

Sveriges Radio (Radio Sweden)

On Radio Sweden´s website sverigesradio.se you can read and listen the latest news from Sweden.

For news about the new coronavirus in other languages

Informationsverige.se

On the county administrative boards’ common website, informationsverige.se, you can now find adapted information on the novel coronavirus for foreign-born persons and new arrivals. The material may be shared freely.

Informationsverige.se is a website providing information in several different languages about Swedish society for asylum seekers and persons who have recently been granted a residence permit. The website is operated by the county administrative boards in cooperation with, inter alia, the Swedish Migration Agency.

Link: Videos at informationsverige.se

 

Latest reviewed: 23 April 2020

Go back to the top