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    From 7 January, the Swedish Public Health Agency recommends that you who were born in 2004 or earlier use a medical mask during rush hour in public transport. Regional differences may occur.

    Extended recommendations in Västra Götaland, from 17 February and in Halland from 26 February. You are responsible for bringing a medical mask with you.

    Here you can find all information regarding travels by Öresundståg to and in Danmark.

    From 17 February new regulations regarding proof for a negative covid-19 test and 12 January, a seat reservation is mandatory in Danmark.


    Here you get answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the coronavirus and traveling by Öresundståg within Sweden. From 14 February to 31 May 2021 the number of travelers on board shall not exceed 50% of the number of seats on board. This applies for public transportation on distances above 150 km.

    Border controls of passengers entering Sweden are currently being carried out. This affects passengers crossing the Öresund Bridge.

    From 6 February 2021 a negativ COVID-19 test is required for entry into Sweden by non-Swedish citizens.

    From Tuesday 12 January 2021, you need to have a seat reservation when travelling with Öresundståg in Denmark.