Sharp increase in infection rates in Sweden


Published 25 November 2021 at 15.33

Domestic. In the last week, there has been a “fairly sharp increase” in the number of infections in Sweden, the Public Health Agency announced at a press conference.

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– This week has started with a fairly sharp increase in the number of cases, said Sara Byfors, head of department at the Public Health Agency.

The number of new admissions for intensive care is still at a low level, but one sees a certain increase in vaccinated people who need intensive care, writes Swedish Radio.

According to FHM's updated guidelines for infection tracking, everyone who shares a household with a person who has covid-19 must stay at home for seven days and test for the disease. This applies to both vaccinated and unvaccinated and regardless of whether you have symptoms or not, writes SR.