U.S. travelers can enter Sweden on June 30, according to the authorities of the country. However, U.S. travelers still need to provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test issued at most 48 hours before their departure.
It can be great news for travel lovers since summer in Sweden is truly magical. Days in summer are long, and you can enjoy outdoor activities endlessly! Traveling to Sweden from the United States has been suspended more than a year, but the end of June is the time to reopen the country for U.S. passport holders.
Travelers from Scandinavian countries, including Denmark, Norway, Iceland, and Finland, are allowed to enter the country without any COVID-19 testing requirements.
More than one million people in Sweden have been infected by the COVID-19, 15,000 of which are death cases. The administration of the country has provided more than 7 million COVID-19 vaccines, according to the World Health Organization.