Sweden lifted almost all restrictions imposed by coronavirus
The Swedish authorities said that from September 29, almost all restrictions that were previously introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic will be lifted. It is reported by the TT agency.
Starting today, the country has canceled the restrictions on the number of visitors to public events; their participants will also not need covid passports. However, the unvaccinated must still maintain a social distance and avoid places where many people congregate.
Restaurants no longer require compliance with the distance between tables and the number of people at them.
Swedes will gradually be able to return to their jobs as the telecommuting recommendation is canceled. At the same time, the epidemiologist reminds that if symptoms of coronavirus are detected, you should stay at home.
Earlier it was reported that the Japanese authorities canceled the emergency regime introduced due to the coronavirus. It is noted that the easing in the country will begin to be introduced gradually.