For those without e-Identification or a registered home address
For those without E-identification but with a registered home address
You can order your COVID certificate by printing out, filling in, and posting your form. The certificate will then be mailed to your home address as recorded in the Swedish population register. At present, turnaround time is 5–10 days to receive a COVID certificate in this way. If you have e-Identification, and access to a computer, tablet or mobile phone, we request that you use www.covidbevis.se
For those without a registered home address
If you have a coordination number (samordningsnummer) and your vaccinations are registered in the National vaccination register, you can request a vaccination certificate by printing, filling out and posting a specific form (see the instruction below).
If you don’t have a registered home address in the Swedish population register, you can fill in the address that you want the certificate to be sent to. The Swedish eHealth Agency will send the certificate by registered mail to the address that you have given.
Instructions for using the forms
- For those without E-identification, but with a registered home address: Print out and fill in this form. (Remember to sign it!)
- For those without a registered adress in the Swedish population register: Print out and fill in this form. (Remember to sign it!)
- Post your form, in an envelope, to:
391 29 Kalmar
(Note that you cannot send the form, or your vaccination information, via e-mail. Your completed form must be sent by post.)
- We request your data from the National vaccination register, then send your COVID certificate, in paper form, to your home address as recorded in the Swedish population register, if you have one.
You who don’t have a registered home address in the Swedish population register will get your vaccination certificate sent as registered mail to the address you have given on the form that you filled in (item 2, above).
Legal trustees ordering a COVID certificate for their wards
If possible, wards should provide their signature.
In the event that a ward is unable to provide a signature, the document may be signed by the ward’s trustee.
Then mail the form, and attachment, to the Swedish eHealth Agency, together with a copy of a population register extract that verifies your trusteeship of the individual in question.
Unable to print out the form?
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and clearly state whether you need the form for those without e-Identification or if you need the form for people without a registered home address in the Swedish population register.
When you receive the form, follow the instruction above and fill it in, sign it and send in the form.