Information in other languages regarding the coronavirus
Links about the coronavirus/covid-19 in other languages.
Tyresö municipality pays close attention to updated advice given by the Public Health Agency of Sweden (Folkhälsomyndigheten) on the coronavirus. We cooperates closely with other authorities and municipalities, and is ready to act on any new developments.
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Help reducing the spread of the virus
- Stay at home if you have a fever, a cough, a runny nose or a sore throat. Stay at home until you have been symptom free for at least two days.
- To protect the most vulnerable, it is currently not allowed to visit care homes for the elderly.
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water. Or use hand sanitizers.
- The Foreign Office of Sweden advice against travelling abroad.
If you have symptoms and need advice, please call the Stockholm Region health line 1177 (phone number +461177). The support line is answered and staffed by medical personnel.
If you have questions about the coronavirus and covid-19, that are not related to symptoms, please call the national information line 113 13.
Protecting risk groups
The elderly are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus covid-19 infection and we must do everything we can to protect their health. It is currently not allowed to visit nursing homes in Tyresö.
Recommendations to the elderly
If you are over the age of 70 recommendations are that you stay away from places or situations where you might be exposed to the virus. We understand that many find this difficult, but if you can - ask for help with grocery shopping and other errands.
If you don’t receive the help you need from friends and relatives, you can contact Tyresö Service Center for advice.
Phone number Service Center: 08-578 291 00
If you are being vaccinated against covid-19
If you have been offered a vaccination against COVID-19, you might have some questions before agreeing to be vaccinated.
This information in 14 languages can guide you before, during and after the vaccination process. (The Public Health Agency)
Avoid sharing unconfirmed information
We can all help by not spreading rumors, evaluate the source of information critically, and only share confirmed and reliable facts.