STOCKHOLM, May 28 (Reuters) - Travelers coming from the Nordics will no longer have to show a negative COVID-test to enter Sweden from next week, the Minister for the Interior said on Friday.
“We have decided to go ahead with the Nordics first, it’s a priority for us,” Minister for the Interior Mikael Damberg told a news conference.
Travelers from other countries within the EU will still have to show a negative test until June 30. Travelers from outside the EU are still banned.
Reporting by Johan Ahlander, editing by Helena Soderpalm
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