Italien Schweden 2020 Corona-Quarantäne: Inzidenz-Wert ist maßgeblich

Dazu zählen Haupturlaubsländer der Deutschen wie Italien, Österreich, Griechenland, Frankreich und Kroatien. Für Schweden allerdings wird die Reisewarnung noch aufrecht erhalten - wegen einer noch zu (). Coronavirus Urlaub Spanien, Italien, Griechenland, Türkei: So ist für Touristen bleibt möglicherweise auch für Schweden über den In Italien steigt die Zahl der Infektionen wieder schneller. Schweden rät seinen Bürgern nicht länger von Reisen in zehn europäische Ländern ab - Deutschland ist nicht darunter. Der Liveblog vom Mittwoch zum Stand: Uhr. Schweden: Ansteckungen gehen zurück; Wieder mehr Tote in Italien Bestätigte Fälle (Stand , Uhr): , nach Bundesländern - Burgenland. Juni hinaus bestehen bleiben, oder durch Nichterfüllung der Für Finnland, Norwegen und Schweden verzögert sich aus diesen Gründen die Dänemark, Estland, Finnland*, Frankreich, Irland, Italien, Luxemburg.

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Vincent und Grenadinen sowie Suriname gelten ab sofort einheitlich die Pauschalen für Trinidad und Tobago.

Hier wurden die Pauschalen im Jahr angehoben. In der Türkei erfolgte eine komplette Anpassung aller Sätze für alle Regionen, die allerdings für Geschäftsreisende zumeist negativ ist.

In den meisten Fällen wurden die Pauschalen nach unten korrigiert, man kann also künftig nur niedrigere Verpflegungspauschalen in der Reisekostenabrechnung ansetzen.

Auch Reisende nach Israel und Kroatien müssen damit leben, dass die Verpflegungspauschalen nach unten korrigiert worden sind, allerdings wurde die Übernachtungspauschale etwas angehoben.

Wie immer gilt: Sollte ein Land in der Liste nicht erfasst worden sein, so ist der Verpflegungsmehraufwand von Luxemburg zu nutzen.

Oder habe ich den Sachverhalt falsch interpretiert? Falsch interpretiert :-! Wie beschrieben wird immer vom Ganztagessatz gekürzt. Auch bei An- und Abreisetagen!

In der Liste für wurde Bahamas vergessen. Vielen Dank. Soweit ich das sehe sind die Bahamas unabhängig. Guten Tag zusammen, wie ist denn zu verfahren, wenn ein Arbeitnehmer z.

Der Arbeitnehmer müsste also zahlen, statt seine Auslagen erstattet zu bekommen. Hallo, wie bereits mehrfach erwähnt ist dann einfach kein Verpflegungsmehraufwand zu zahlen.

Ein Unterschreiten der Grenze von 0 gibt es einfach nicht. Muss die Kürzung Bsp. Kann sein das ich z.

Deine E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht veröffentlicht. Zum Inhalt springen. Hier finden Sie die Pauschalen der Vorjahre: und Deutschland Wichtig: Veränderungen sind nach vielen Jahren für die Pauschalen zum Verfplegungsmehraufwand in Deutschland zu erwarten.

Berechnungen für die Reisekostenabrechnung Wenn Sie dienstlich unterwegs waren, sollten Sie unbedingt eine Reisekostenabrechnung anfertigen.

Berechnung mit Verpflegungsmehraufwand Bei eintägigen Geschäftsreisen ist die Berechnung relativ einfach.

Tipp: Wir haben auch einen Artikel, welcher die Berechnung der Verpflegungspauschale mit zahlreichen Beispielen beschreibt.

Er fährt am Montagmorgen um 9 Uhr los und kehrt am Mittwochabend um 18 Uhr zurück. Die beiden Hotelübernachtungen übernimmt sein Arbeitgeber.

Am Dienstag und am Mittwoch erhält er im Hotel ein Frühstück, ansonsten versorgt er sich selbst.

Hallo zusammen, unser Unternehmen hat die Verpflegungsmehraufwendungen seit Jahren nicht angepasst. Unsere GF hat entschieden auch die diesjährige Erhöhung auszusetzen.

Nun meine Frage: Muss die Kürzung Bsp. The law were to stay in effect until the end of the year. Many municipalities had already forbidden such visits.

The national ban was however general, and those in charge of the facilities would be able to make exceptions under special circumstances, provided that the risk of spread of the virus was low.

Following reports of people hoarding medication and concerns of drug shortages, the Medical Products Agency requested for the Swedish government to impose restrictions on purchases.

This resulted in a new regulation limiting the amount of drugs purchased at the same occasion to three months worth of consumption, down from a previous limit of one year.

The new regulations came to effect on 1 April and would be in place until further notice, and included to both prescription and over-the-counter drugs.

The government has issued progressively stricter advisories against travel. The Public Health Agency of Sweden , who initiated the recommendation for the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, stated that the decision was based solely on the strain of the Italian health care system.

The advice was to be in place for one month, after which it would be up for review. The foreign ministry estimated that between 40, and 60, Swedes were stranded abroad in late March.

According to Swedish policy, Swedes travelling abroad have their own responsibility to arrange for any return travels, without assistance from Swedish diplomatic missions , and travellers trying to travel home are referred to airlines, travel agencies or insurance companies.

Some of those were critical of the foreign ministry, and were asking for help from the Swedish authorities. On 7 April, the foreign ministry extended the advice against all non-essential travel abroad until 15 June, when it would again be reconsidered.

The advice against travel to other countries within the EU, EEA and the Schengen Area would remain in effect until 15 July, while advice were extended until 31 August for countries outside those areas.

In early March, the Health Agency expanded the sentinel surveillance system in use for monitoring the influenza season , so that samples from patients with flu-like symptoms would also be tested for SARS-CoV-2 along with the influenza viruses.

Between 27 March and 3 April, the health agency tested approximately randomly selected individuals in Stockholm County , to seek knowledge of the then current infection rate.

In the study, approximately people would be tested for an active infection. A follow-up study was carried out later that month with an additional 1, tests to determine how much the spread has increased during the weeks between the two studies.

The researchers intended to continue testing the entire staff, and to carry out several follow-up tests during the following 12 months to learn how long the antibodies will stay in the body.

The tested individuals included both those with clinical medical and non-clinical medical jobs , as well as staff with non-medical jobs.

Only people without symptoms were tested. At the end of March, the number of tests carried out each week numbered 10, This was mainly to make it possible to test people with jobs considered crucial to society, for instance policemen and those working in rescue service or with electric power supply, while still having enough capacity to handle all tests needed for the health-care sector.

The Stockholm International Fairs , Stockholmsmässan, are being converted into a field hospital with the help of the Swedish Defence Force.

The field hospital will be able to house seriously and critically sick patients. The relatively low number of beds had stayed a source of concern as the crisis evolved, and even though the number had increased to at the beginning of April, healthcare professionals continued to express worry that their hospitals would eventually run out of beds.

According to the calculations of the Swedish health agency, up to ICU beds would be needed when Sweden reached the top of the pandemic.

On 13 March, media reported that there is a shortage in personal protective equipment PPE for health care staff, and hospitals in Stockholm have been forced to reuse disposable PPEs after sanitation.

The regional Health Care Director warned about this scenario in early March and government agencies have temporarily waived the public procurement law to hastily procure more supplies.

As one of the main tasks of the Swedish Defence Force is to support the civil community in case of disasters, their resources were used to lessen equipment shortages in the health-care system.

The material supplied by the military included crucial medical equipment; X-ray generators , electrocardiographic machines , ventilators and intensive care monitors.

The military also supplied personal protective equipment, including 60, gas masks and 40, protective suits. On 25 March , Björn Eriksson, the Director of Healthcare in Stockholm, appealed to anyone in the Stockholm region who had experience in healthcare to volunteer.

As of the 26 March , people with healthcare experience had registered as volunteers. When it became clear that the civil society would face difficulties managing the emergent crisis, the Swedish Defence Force were called in to assist the civilian society with manpower, equipment, and logistics.

The preparations began in February and the first servicemen were deployed in March. By early April the total military deployed in civilian society numbered servicemen, among them a number of officers to support the National Board of Health and Welfare with crisis management and laboratory technicians to support the Public Health Agency of Sweden.

Tasks for the military personnel also including collecting and transporting samples. A number of military ambulances were also taken in use within the civilian health system.

The European Commission predicted that the Swedish economy would contract This was mainly due to the Swedish economy being heavily reliant on exports which attributes to around half of the Swedish GDP with the shrinking global economy being predicted to decrease international demand of Swedish goods and services.

The Economy were also affected by problems with global supply lines, which had forced some of the biggest manufacturing companies in Sweden, including Scania and Volvo Cars , to halt their production in March, as well as a decrease in consumption.

However, she cautioned that there was still a big uncertainty regarding the numbers. Similarly, the National Institute of Economic Research also revised their forecast downwards, to a The proposal included a system with a reduction in work hours where the government will pay half to salary, aiming to help businesses stay afloat without having to do layoffs.

Further, the government would pay the employer's expenses for any sick leaves , which is normally shared between the employer and the state.

It was also welcomed by trade unions as well as the private and business sectors. However, some union representatives stressed that 'it won't be enough', a view shared by the biggest employer's organisation , the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise.

On 2 April, the Financial Supervisory Authority ' Finansinspektionen ' decided that Swedish banks temporarily can allow exemptions for housing mortgage lenders regarding amortising of loans.

Air transportation in Sweden is primarily run by public and private companies — principally Scandinavian Airlines System SAS and Norwegian Air Shuttle — and has been severely impacted by the pandemic and greatly reduced.

Like airlines around the world, Sweden's carriers have reduced the frequency of their flights, reduced their work force and asked the local government for financial assistance.

Swedish authorities advised against all non-essential travel inside and out of Sweden. SAS Group decided to fly only four domestic departures and four domestic arrivals from Arlanda from 6 April , plus some international flights, [] while Norwegian cancelled all domestic flights in Sweden.

Rail transport in Sweden , which is principally run by the public operator SJ AB , has continued to operate throughout the pandemic, albeit with a slightly reduced schedule so that additional carriages can be added to trains, which in conjunction with fewer tickets being made available for sale, aims to ensure social distancing of those passengers that continue to travel.

In mid-March, the parliamentary leaders from the parties in the Riksdag agreed on using pairing for the upcoming weeks, to make it possible to decrease the number of members of parliament present during voting sessions, from the usual to This decision was taken both as a measure to lower the risk of spread of the infection social distancing , and to make sure the daily work in the parliament could proceed even if a big number of MPs would become sick.

They will instead hold an event on a digital platform, which will include speeches by the Swedish prime minister and leader of the Social Democrats, Stefan Löfven , as well as union confederation leader Karl-Petter Thorwaldsson.

The decision was taken on 1 April by the organiser after consultation with the major political parties. Instead, the organisers proclaimed 25 May to 7 June a 'flag period', encouraging organisations and individuals to hoist the rainbow flag.

In his speech, he stressed that all Swedes had an obligation to the country to "act responsibly and selflessly".

He also stressed that many who otherwise would travel, spend time with friends and family or go to church would need to make sacrifices during the upcoming Easter holiday.

In his speech, he specifically addressed those working or volunteering in the health-care sector, saying "This is a huge task.

It requires courage. And it will require endurance. To all of you involved in this vital work, I offer my heartfelt thanks", as well as other people doing vital work in society, to ensure Swedes "can buy food, that public transport continues to operate, and everything else we so easily take for granted — my warmest thanks to you all".

He finished saying that all would embrace the message "The journey is long and arduous. But in the end, light triumphs over darkness, and we will be able to feel hope again", ending his speech wishing everyone a happy Easter.

This was the first time the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test has been cancelled since it was established in The Swedish Armed Forces cancelled the international military exercise Aurora 20 which was scheduled to be held between May and June.

Austria and Canada had previously announced their cancellation of their planned participation. The ban of public gatherings with more than people, later revised down to 50, led to concerts and other events being cancelled or postponed.

As the amusement parks mostly rely on seasonal workers, closures would result in thousands of cancelled employment contracts.

Starting 30 March the public library in Gävle will start with a book delivery service for people aged 70 or older. The library will also start a take-away service where you can pre-loan books and pick them in a take-away bag.

On 6 March, Swedish National Broadcaster SVT held a crisis meeting to consider broadcasting the live finals of Melodifestivalen on 7 March without an audience, as a response to the growing outbreak.

The Danish equivalent had recently decided to broadcast their version of the finals without an audience. Ultimately, SVT decided to allow the audience to enter the arena, although they advised people who felt sick to stay at home.

The popular TV show Antikrundan , broadcast by public broadcaster SVT , where a number of antiques appraisers visits different locations in Sweden to appraise antiques brought there by local people, cancelled their planned tour for the recording of the winter season.

According to the producers, they were instead working on an 'alternative' show. In athletics , all Diamond League events scheduled to be held in May were postponed, which included the meet in Stockholm.

The organisers made the decision public on 2 April. On 19 March, the governing body for association football in Sweden formally announced that the premiere of the season for the first and second division leagues, men's Allsvenskan and Superettan as well as women's Damallsvenskan and Elitettan , will be postponed to late May or early June.

The decision will not affect the leagues below the second level. According to the organisers, the tournament will return in To manage a tighter schedule, the sport's governing body Swedish Motorcycle and Snowmobile Federation also decided to cancel the quarterfinals.

Swedish Minister for Sports Amanda Lind announced on 29 May that some recommendations were to be lifted starting from 14 June, when sports events would be allowed under the condition that they're practised outdoors.

And as the ban on crowds and the recommendations against travel were still in place, all games had to be played on virtually empty arenas and athletes would not be allowed to travel longer than two miles to participate in sports events.

However, professional athletes would be exempt from the recommendations, and allowed to travel nationwide if needed for competitive events.

The Swedish response to the pandemic has been debated within Sweden, though surveys show a wide agreement for the response among the public.

On 14 April, a debate article was sent to Swedish newspapers signed by 22 academics, saying that the strategy of the Swedish public health agency would lead to "chaos in the healthcare system".

Moreover, they said that there was no transparency regarding the data used in the models made by the agency. Anders Tegnell from the public health agency responded to the criticism by saying that there was no lack in transparency in the agency's work and that all data is available to be downloaded by the public as an excel-file on their website.

Another claim in the article saying that Sweden's statistics were closing in to the ones of Italy was countered by Anders Tegnell saying that unlike Sweden, Italy and many other countries only report on deaths in hospitals, making it hard to compare the numbers of the different countries.

Sweden questioned the scientific basis for imposing mandatory lockdown seen in other European countries, relying instead on the civic responsibility of its citizens to keep large parts of its society open.

Although senior high schools were closed and gatherings of more than 50 people were banned, shops, restaurants and junior schools remained open.

Swedes were expected to follow the recommendations on social distancing, avoiding non-essential travel, working from home and staying indoors if they are elderly or feeling ill.

Sweden sometimes found itself used as a battering ram in debates, both to defend and to criticise more "strict" measures, including anti-lockdown protesters and Politicians.

Sweden has also been accused [ by whom? Many outside Sweden considered the measures taken by the authorities against the pandemic to be significantly different when compared to other countries.

As a result, there was a big increase in international news coverage of Sweden. According to the Swedish Institute , the situation was unique as they had never seen such interest in Sweden from mainstream media in their intelligence studies.

There was also an increase in interactions on the coverage, including a higher number of shares on social media.

Much of the coverage was neutral, but it was sometimes described as curious, questioning or critical, [] [] [] [] and was in some cases accused of being "fake news".

The article attracted particularly widespread notice, and was quoted by many European newspapers.

The Guardian was also accused of misleading their readers in another article, by selectively choosing quotes and putting them in a different context, and by disproportionately giving room to critical voices from Sweden in their reporting.

Linde said that the Swedish goal was no different from most other countries: to save lives, hinder the spread of the virus and make the situation manageable for the health system , [74] while Sweden's state epidemiologist , Anders Tegnell , when asked about Trump's remarks, said that in his opinion Sweden was doing relatively well, and was no worse off than New York.

The number of new patients somewhat stabilised during the first two weeks of April, with between 30—45 patients per day, averaging The number of new patients admitted to ICU decreased slightly during the third week of April, averaging The share of patients not belonging to a risk group was significantly higher among younger patients.

Out of the people who died of the disease in Sweden, many were residents in nursing homes. During the pandemic, an excess mortality was observed in Sweden from late March and onwards.

As of 17 May, there had been approximately excess deaths in Sweden since late March. This is deaths more than the second highest number of deaths in a week, which was 2 deaths in the first week of In total, 97 people died in which was the highest number of deaths in one year since during the peak of the Spanish flu.

Compared to other Scandinavian nations, Sweden has experienced a much higher number of COVID deaths; eight times that of Denmark and 19 times higher than Norway, despite being only twice those nations' populations.

Local governments, such as the municipal government in Gävle , have applied measures to businesses delaying the payment of invoices until 1 September at the earliest and deferring rent payments.

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Map of confirmed cases in Sweden per , residents [1]. Map of confirmed cases in Sweden absolute numbers [1]. Swedish authorities does not publish data on recoveries.

Reports of new cases and deaths to Folkhälsomyndigheten might be delayed by up to several days, especially around weekends, possibly introducing delays in reported number of cases for the last few days.

Data includes deaths with a confirmed Covid diagnosis where the cause of death isn't attributed to Covid As of data from the National Board of Health and Welfare from April 21, , this number amounted to 4.

Data includes confirmed cases U By late April, there had been approximately excess deaths in Sweden. These deaths have not been included in this table.

The total number of deaths including dated and undated deaths is 5, Closedown, lockdown, closing borders — nothing has a historical scientific basis, in my view.

We have looked at a number of European Union countries to see whether they have published any analysis of the effects of these measures before they were started and we saw almost none.

Reports of new cases to the Public Health Agency might be delayed by up to several days, especially around weekends, possibly introducing delays in reported number of cases for the last few days.

Reports of new deaths to the Public Health Agency might be delayed by up to several days, especially around weekends, possibly introducing delays in reported number of cases for the last few days.

Note: Data is compiled by the National Board of Health and Welfare and is based on death certificates.

Data includes both confirmed cases U Västra Götaland. Actual case numbers may be higher. By late May, there had been approximately 4, excess deaths in Sweden.

Although there isn't a legal framework for a governmental agency to impose sanctions on someone for going against its recommendations, they aren't optional as they work as guidelines on how to act to follow a regulation in this case an obligation to help halting the spread of an infectious disease.

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Die österreichische Bundesregierung hat verkündet, dass die Grenze zu Deutschland am Seit dem 1. Einen Zwang gibt es nicht. Eine Liste der zuständigen Landesbehörden finden Betroffene hier. Auch Italiener dürfen sich wieder landesweit frei bewegen und in andere Regionen reisen.

Wenn Sie dienstlich unterwegs waren, sollten Sie unbedingt eine Reisekostenabrechnung anfertigen.

Die meisten Arbeitgeber in Deutschland erstatten Ihren Arbeitnehmern die Kosten für geschäftliche Reisen auch wenn Sie dazu theoretisch nicht verpflichtet sind.

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Wer auf eine mehrtägige Geschäftsreise geht, der kann an den An- und Abreisetagen ebenfalls die kleine Pauschale geltend machen.

Dabei ist es unerheblich ob er 8 Stunden unterwegs war oder nicht. Auch wenn die Dienstreise erst um 18 Uhr beginnt können die Verpflegungspauschalen für den Anreisetag abgerechnet werden.

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Erhalten Sie Verpflegung durch den Arbeitgeber oder einem Geschäftspartner, so muss der entsprechende Tagessatz gekürzt werden.

Etwas weiter unten finden Sie ein Beispiel zum Verpflegungsmehraufwand , welches auch die Kürzung der Verpflegungspauschalen aufzeigt.

Herr Meier kann nun folgende Verpflegungsmehraufwendungen bzw. Verpflegungspauschalen in seiner Reisekostenabrechnung für die Fortbildung angeben:.

Verpflegungsmehraufwand im Ausland Für das Jahr gab es wieder zahlreiche Änderungen in der Tabelle der Auslandspauschalen zum Verpflegungsmehraufwand.

So fällt auf, dass zahlreiche Regionen aus der Tabelle entfallen sind. Kitts und Nevis St. Lucia, St. Vincent und Grenadinen sowie Suriname gelten ab sofort einheitlich die Pauschalen für Trinidad und Tobago.

Hier wurden die Pauschalen im Jahr angehoben. In der Türkei erfolgte eine komplette Anpassung aller Sätze für alle Regionen, die allerdings für Geschäftsreisende zumeist negativ ist.

In den meisten Fällen wurden die Pauschalen nach unten korrigiert, man kann also künftig nur niedrigere Verpflegungspauschalen in der Reisekostenabrechnung ansetzen.

Auch Reisende nach Israel und Kroatien müssen damit leben, dass die Verpflegungspauschalen nach unten korrigiert worden sind, allerdings wurde die Übernachtungspauschale etwas angehoben.

Wie immer gilt: Sollte ein Land in der Liste nicht erfasst worden sein, so ist der Verpflegungsmehraufwand von Luxemburg zu nutzen.

Oder habe ich den Sachverhalt falsch interpretiert? Falsch interpretiert :-! Wie beschrieben wird immer vom Ganztagessatz gekürzt.

Auch bei An- und Abreisetagen! In der Liste für wurde Bahamas vergessen. Vielen Dank. Soweit ich das sehe sind die Bahamas unabhängig.

Guten Tag zusammen, wie ist denn zu verfahren, wenn ein Arbeitnehmer z. The advice was to be in place for one month, after which it would be up for review.

The foreign ministry estimated that between 40, and 60, Swedes were stranded abroad in late March.

According to Swedish policy, Swedes travelling abroad have their own responsibility to arrange for any return travels, without assistance from Swedish diplomatic missions , and travellers trying to travel home are referred to airlines, travel agencies or insurance companies.

Some of those were critical of the foreign ministry, and were asking for help from the Swedish authorities.

On 7 April, the foreign ministry extended the advice against all non-essential travel abroad until 15 June, when it would again be reconsidered.

The advice against travel to other countries within the EU, EEA and the Schengen Area would remain in effect until 15 July, while advice were extended until 31 August for countries outside those areas.

In early March, the Health Agency expanded the sentinel surveillance system in use for monitoring the influenza season , so that samples from patients with flu-like symptoms would also be tested for SARS-CoV-2 along with the influenza viruses.

Between 27 March and 3 April, the health agency tested approximately randomly selected individuals in Stockholm County , to seek knowledge of the then current infection rate.

In the study, approximately people would be tested for an active infection. A follow-up study was carried out later that month with an additional 1, tests to determine how much the spread has increased during the weeks between the two studies.

The researchers intended to continue testing the entire staff, and to carry out several follow-up tests during the following 12 months to learn how long the antibodies will stay in the body.

The tested individuals included both those with clinical medical and non-clinical medical jobs , as well as staff with non-medical jobs.

Only people without symptoms were tested. At the end of March, the number of tests carried out each week numbered 10, This was mainly to make it possible to test people with jobs considered crucial to society, for instance policemen and those working in rescue service or with electric power supply, while still having enough capacity to handle all tests needed for the health-care sector.

The Stockholm International Fairs , Stockholmsmässan, are being converted into a field hospital with the help of the Swedish Defence Force.

The field hospital will be able to house seriously and critically sick patients. The relatively low number of beds had stayed a source of concern as the crisis evolved, and even though the number had increased to at the beginning of April, healthcare professionals continued to express worry that their hospitals would eventually run out of beds.

According to the calculations of the Swedish health agency, up to ICU beds would be needed when Sweden reached the top of the pandemic.

On 13 March, media reported that there is a shortage in personal protective equipment PPE for health care staff, and hospitals in Stockholm have been forced to reuse disposable PPEs after sanitation.

The regional Health Care Director warned about this scenario in early March and government agencies have temporarily waived the public procurement law to hastily procure more supplies.

As one of the main tasks of the Swedish Defence Force is to support the civil community in case of disasters, their resources were used to lessen equipment shortages in the health-care system.

The material supplied by the military included crucial medical equipment; X-ray generators , electrocardiographic machines , ventilators and intensive care monitors.

The military also supplied personal protective equipment, including 60, gas masks and 40, protective suits. On 25 March , Björn Eriksson, the Director of Healthcare in Stockholm, appealed to anyone in the Stockholm region who had experience in healthcare to volunteer.

As of the 26 March , people with healthcare experience had registered as volunteers. When it became clear that the civil society would face difficulties managing the emergent crisis, the Swedish Defence Force were called in to assist the civilian society with manpower, equipment, and logistics.

The preparations began in February and the first servicemen were deployed in March. By early April the total military deployed in civilian society numbered servicemen, among them a number of officers to support the National Board of Health and Welfare with crisis management and laboratory technicians to support the Public Health Agency of Sweden.

Tasks for the military personnel also including collecting and transporting samples. A number of military ambulances were also taken in use within the civilian health system.

The European Commission predicted that the Swedish economy would contract This was mainly due to the Swedish economy being heavily reliant on exports which attributes to around half of the Swedish GDP with the shrinking global economy being predicted to decrease international demand of Swedish goods and services.

The Economy were also affected by problems with global supply lines, which had forced some of the biggest manufacturing companies in Sweden, including Scania and Volvo Cars , to halt their production in March, as well as a decrease in consumption.

However, she cautioned that there was still a big uncertainty regarding the numbers. Similarly, the National Institute of Economic Research also revised their forecast downwards, to a The proposal included a system with a reduction in work hours where the government will pay half to salary, aiming to help businesses stay afloat without having to do layoffs.

Further, the government would pay the employer's expenses for any sick leaves , which is normally shared between the employer and the state.

It was also welcomed by trade unions as well as the private and business sectors. However, some union representatives stressed that 'it won't be enough', a view shared by the biggest employer's organisation , the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise.

On 2 April, the Financial Supervisory Authority ' Finansinspektionen ' decided that Swedish banks temporarily can allow exemptions for housing mortgage lenders regarding amortising of loans.

Air transportation in Sweden is primarily run by public and private companies — principally Scandinavian Airlines System SAS and Norwegian Air Shuttle — and has been severely impacted by the pandemic and greatly reduced.

Like airlines around the world, Sweden's carriers have reduced the frequency of their flights, reduced their work force and asked the local government for financial assistance.

Swedish authorities advised against all non-essential travel inside and out of Sweden. SAS Group decided to fly only four domestic departures and four domestic arrivals from Arlanda from 6 April , plus some international flights, [] while Norwegian cancelled all domestic flights in Sweden.

Rail transport in Sweden , which is principally run by the public operator SJ AB , has continued to operate throughout the pandemic, albeit with a slightly reduced schedule so that additional carriages can be added to trains, which in conjunction with fewer tickets being made available for sale, aims to ensure social distancing of those passengers that continue to travel.

In mid-March, the parliamentary leaders from the parties in the Riksdag agreed on using pairing for the upcoming weeks, to make it possible to decrease the number of members of parliament present during voting sessions, from the usual to This decision was taken both as a measure to lower the risk of spread of the infection social distancing , and to make sure the daily work in the parliament could proceed even if a big number of MPs would become sick.

They will instead hold an event on a digital platform, which will include speeches by the Swedish prime minister and leader of the Social Democrats, Stefan Löfven , as well as union confederation leader Karl-Petter Thorwaldsson.

The decision was taken on 1 April by the organiser after consultation with the major political parties. Instead, the organisers proclaimed 25 May to 7 June a 'flag period', encouraging organisations and individuals to hoist the rainbow flag.

In his speech, he stressed that all Swedes had an obligation to the country to "act responsibly and selflessly".

He also stressed that many who otherwise would travel, spend time with friends and family or go to church would need to make sacrifices during the upcoming Easter holiday.

In his speech, he specifically addressed those working or volunteering in the health-care sector, saying "This is a huge task.

It requires courage. And it will require endurance. To all of you involved in this vital work, I offer my heartfelt thanks", as well as other people doing vital work in society, to ensure Swedes "can buy food, that public transport continues to operate, and everything else we so easily take for granted — my warmest thanks to you all".

He finished saying that all would embrace the message "The journey is long and arduous. But in the end, light triumphs over darkness, and we will be able to feel hope again", ending his speech wishing everyone a happy Easter.

This was the first time the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test has been cancelled since it was established in The Swedish Armed Forces cancelled the international military exercise Aurora 20 which was scheduled to be held between May and June.

Austria and Canada had previously announced their cancellation of their planned participation. The ban of public gatherings with more than people, later revised down to 50, led to concerts and other events being cancelled or postponed.

As the amusement parks mostly rely on seasonal workers, closures would result in thousands of cancelled employment contracts. Starting 30 March the public library in Gävle will start with a book delivery service for people aged 70 or older.

The library will also start a take-away service where you can pre-loan books and pick them in a take-away bag. On 6 March, Swedish National Broadcaster SVT held a crisis meeting to consider broadcasting the live finals of Melodifestivalen on 7 March without an audience, as a response to the growing outbreak.

The Danish equivalent had recently decided to broadcast their version of the finals without an audience. Ultimately, SVT decided to allow the audience to enter the arena, although they advised people who felt sick to stay at home.

The popular TV show Antikrundan , broadcast by public broadcaster SVT , where a number of antiques appraisers visits different locations in Sweden to appraise antiques brought there by local people, cancelled their planned tour for the recording of the winter season.

According to the producers, they were instead working on an 'alternative' show. In athletics , all Diamond League events scheduled to be held in May were postponed, which included the meet in Stockholm.

The organisers made the decision public on 2 April. On 19 March, the governing body for association football in Sweden formally announced that the premiere of the season for the first and second division leagues, men's Allsvenskan and Superettan as well as women's Damallsvenskan and Elitettan , will be postponed to late May or early June.

The decision will not affect the leagues below the second level. According to the organisers, the tournament will return in To manage a tighter schedule, the sport's governing body Swedish Motorcycle and Snowmobile Federation also decided to cancel the quarterfinals.

Swedish Minister for Sports Amanda Lind announced on 29 May that some recommendations were to be lifted starting from 14 June, when sports events would be allowed under the condition that they're practised outdoors.

And as the ban on crowds and the recommendations against travel were still in place, all games had to be played on virtually empty arenas and athletes would not be allowed to travel longer than two miles to participate in sports events.

However, professional athletes would be exempt from the recommendations, and allowed to travel nationwide if needed for competitive events.

The Swedish response to the pandemic has been debated within Sweden, though surveys show a wide agreement for the response among the public.

On 14 April, a debate article was sent to Swedish newspapers signed by 22 academics, saying that the strategy of the Swedish public health agency would lead to "chaos in the healthcare system".

Moreover, they said that there was no transparency regarding the data used in the models made by the agency. Anders Tegnell from the public health agency responded to the criticism by saying that there was no lack in transparency in the agency's work and that all data is available to be downloaded by the public as an excel-file on their website.

Another claim in the article saying that Sweden's statistics were closing in to the ones of Italy was countered by Anders Tegnell saying that unlike Sweden, Italy and many other countries only report on deaths in hospitals, making it hard to compare the numbers of the different countries.

Sweden questioned the scientific basis for imposing mandatory lockdown seen in other European countries, relying instead on the civic responsibility of its citizens to keep large parts of its society open.

Although senior high schools were closed and gatherings of more than 50 people were banned, shops, restaurants and junior schools remained open.

Swedes were expected to follow the recommendations on social distancing, avoiding non-essential travel, working from home and staying indoors if they are elderly or feeling ill.

Sweden sometimes found itself used as a battering ram in debates, both to defend and to criticise more "strict" measures, including anti-lockdown protesters and Politicians.

Sweden has also been accused [ by whom? Many outside Sweden considered the measures taken by the authorities against the pandemic to be significantly different when compared to other countries.

As a result, there was a big increase in international news coverage of Sweden. According to the Swedish Institute , the situation was unique as they had never seen such interest in Sweden from mainstream media in their intelligence studies.

There was also an increase in interactions on the coverage, including a higher number of shares on social media.

Much of the coverage was neutral, but it was sometimes described as curious, questioning or critical, [] [] [] [] and was in some cases accused of being "fake news".

The article attracted particularly widespread notice, and was quoted by many European newspapers. The Guardian was also accused of misleading their readers in another article, by selectively choosing quotes and putting them in a different context, and by disproportionately giving room to critical voices from Sweden in their reporting.

Linde said that the Swedish goal was no different from most other countries: to save lives, hinder the spread of the virus and make the situation manageable for the health system , [74] while Sweden's state epidemiologist , Anders Tegnell , when asked about Trump's remarks, said that in his opinion Sweden was doing relatively well, and was no worse off than New York.

The number of new patients somewhat stabilised during the first two weeks of April, with between 30—45 patients per day, averaging The number of new patients admitted to ICU decreased slightly during the third week of April, averaging The share of patients not belonging to a risk group was significantly higher among younger patients.

Out of the people who died of the disease in Sweden, many were residents in nursing homes. During the pandemic, an excess mortality was observed in Sweden from late March and onwards.

As of 17 May, there had been approximately excess deaths in Sweden since late March. This is deaths more than the second highest number of deaths in a week, which was 2 deaths in the first week of In total, 97 people died in which was the highest number of deaths in one year since during the peak of the Spanish flu.

Compared to other Scandinavian nations, Sweden has experienced a much higher number of COVID deaths; eight times that of Denmark and 19 times higher than Norway, despite being only twice those nations' populations.

Local governments, such as the municipal government in Gävle , have applied measures to businesses delaying the payment of invoices until 1 September at the earliest and deferring rent payments.

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Map of confirmed cases in Sweden per , residents [1]. Map of confirmed cases in Sweden absolute numbers [1]. Swedish authorities does not publish data on recoveries.

Reports of new cases and deaths to Folkhälsomyndigheten might be delayed by up to several days, especially around weekends, possibly introducing delays in reported number of cases for the last few days.

Data includes deaths with a confirmed Covid diagnosis where the cause of death isn't attributed to Covid As of data from the National Board of Health and Welfare from April 21, , this number amounted to 4.

Data includes confirmed cases U By late April, there had been approximately excess deaths in Sweden. These deaths have not been included in this table.

The total number of deaths including dated and undated deaths is 5, Closedown, lockdown, closing borders — nothing has a historical scientific basis, in my view.

We have looked at a number of European Union countries to see whether they have published any analysis of the effects of these measures before they were started and we saw almost none.

Reports of new cases to the Public Health Agency might be delayed by up to several days, especially around weekends, possibly introducing delays in reported number of cases for the last few days.

Reports of new deaths to the Public Health Agency might be delayed by up to several days, especially around weekends, possibly introducing delays in reported number of cases for the last few days.

Note: Data is compiled by the National Board of Health and Welfare and is based on death certificates. Data includes both confirmed cases U Västra Götaland.

Actual case numbers may be higher. By late May, there had been approximately 4, excess deaths in Sweden. Although there isn't a legal framework for a governmental agency to impose sanctions on someone for going against its recommendations, they aren't optional as they work as guidelines on how to act to follow a regulation in this case an obligation to help halting the spread of an infectious disease.

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