Tell us: What do you think about Sweden's re-opening plan?

Catherine Edwards
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Tell us: What do you think about Sweden's re-opening plan?
Larger crowds are now permitted at seated events, like this Swedish football match. Photo: Claudio Bresciani/TT

As Sweden begins to relax its Covid-19 restrictions, The Local wants to hear from international residents about how this will affect you and how you feel about the re-opening plan.


This is our fourth major survey on the Swedish response to the pandemic (you can read the articles created from earlier reader surveys in April, in June, and in December, and we have also carried out further surveys related to specific topics such as long distance relationships, parenting and vaccinations).

You have the option to remain anonymous, and for the text-based questions you can share as much or as little detail as you choose – we will read them all and use them to inform our reporting. Due to the high number of responses we receive, we cannot publish them all, but we aim to publish a representative sample. 

If you want to read more about the re-opening plan before responding, please see the articles below:


The Local exists to help Sweden's foreign residents navigate life here, and to raise your voices, and this has been especially important during the pandemic.

As well as our general opinion surveys, we have written about specific situations and challenges facing groups of readers, including people belonging to risk groups, those who moved to Sweden during the pandemic, the international student experience, how your workplaces responded, long-distance relationships, and challenges facing new parents. You can read the latest news about the outbreak in our paywall-free blog.

If you've got a question about Covid-19 or life in Sweden, or a story that you would like to share, you are always welcome to email [email protected]. We can't answer every email we receive, but we do read them all and will do our best to help if we can.


Join the conversation in our comments section below. Share your own views and experience and if you have a question or suggestion for our journalists then email us at [email protected].
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