Entry points when entering Sweden from Denmark, Norway and the UK

A stricter entry ban is in effect from Denmark, Norway and the UK, with a few exemptions. This means that foreigners who are not covered by an exemption will not be allowed to enter Sweden and will be rejected at the border.

If you are exempted from the entry ban you should use indicated border entry points to enter Sweden from these countries.  

The Swedish government has imposed a stricter entry ban from Denmark, Norway and the UK in order to reduce and prevent the spread of a new strand of the covid-19 virus. The specific entry ban from these countries is stricter than the general entry ban from countries outside EU/EEA, which was imposed in March 2020.

The entry ban from Denmark, Norway and the UK was updated 1 February 2021 and is in effect till 14 February, with possible extension. All exemptions are described on the Swedish Police’s website about the stricter entry ban.

Read about the general entry ban

Read about the stricter entry ban

There are exemptions to both entry bans, further information can be found in the links below. If the exemptions apply to you, you should enter Sweden at the indicated entry points. Foreign citizens who are not covered by an exemption will be rejected at the border.   

At other border entries there will be ”entry forbidden” signs. The Swedish Police will perform entry controls at the indicated entry points, together with other Swedish authorities.

Border entry points for those who meet the requirements for exemptions

Karta över Sverige med utpekade gränspassager från Norge, Danmark och Finland

More information

Travel to Sweden during the corona pandemic 
Frequently asked questions: entry ban 
Map over border entry points (in Swedish)