Sweden will lift pandemic restrictions next week as the country, while still experiencing a record number of new coronavirus cases, relies on boosting the population's immunity through booster vaccine and physical illness and managing disease levels. to control the spread of the virus.
"It's time for Sweden to reopen," said Prime Minister Magdalena Anderson during a news conference.
Sweden has extended existing anti-pandemic measures, including closing bars and restaurants early and imposing a maximum of 500 people in large indoor areas, two more weeks before the end of January, but said that after that date it would be lifted. .