Sweden: Travel exemption for vaccinated Armenian travelers
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- From November 15, 2021, fully vaccinated residents of Armenia will be able to enter Sweden
The Swedish government has announced that fully vaccinated travelers from Armenia will be exempt from the current entry ban and testing requirement when they travel to Sweden from November 15, 2021. European Union and the Eurasian Economic Union, is in effect until January 31, 2022. When entering Sweden, fully vaccinated residents of Armenia are required to present a vaccination certificate issued in Armenia.
What are the changes?
On March 19, 2021, Sweden imposed a temporary entry ban that was initially enforced for 30 days and has since been extended several times. This new decision will allow residents of Armenia to enter Sweden if the entry conditions are met. For more information on entry requirements and rules, click here.
Continue to check the Swedish government website and Envoy website for additional information and updates.
Originally posted Nov 12, 2021
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