Vaccination certificates as an infection-control measure may be introduced from 1 December

The Public Health Agency has submitted a request to the government regarding the introduction of vaccination certificates for people aged 18 and over from 1 December. The Public Health Agency sees such a need at indoor events of more than 100 participants.

The Swedish eHealth Agency has issued travel vaccination certificates since 1 July. The same vaccination certificate will be used at public gatherings and public events indoors consisting of more than 100 people.

How to get a vaccination certificate

People who already have a vaccination certificate do not need to do anything.

If you do not have a vaccination certificate and you have e-identification, it is easy to obtain a vaccination certificate from www.covidbevis.se

If the validity of your vaccination certificate has expired, download a new certificate from the same place.

How to get e-identification

If you do not have an e-ID, read more here about how to get one: How to obtain an e-ID

Anyone who does not have, or cannot use, e-identification must unfortunately wait a considerable period of time to receive a COVID certificate.

Frequently asked questions and answers about COVID certificates

Frequently asked questions about the COVID certificate

Also read:

Government Press Release on the introduction of vaccination certificates as infection-control measure

Government Press Release on the verification of vaccination certificates (Swedish only)

Swedish Public Health Agency request to introduce vaccination certificates as infection-control measure (Swedish only)