Information in other languages

Information from authorities about the coronavirus and covid-19 in other languages.

Advice and restrictions that concerns functions of the Norrköping municipality
  • According to national restrictions it is possible to visit family and friends living in care homes, but only if the visitor is symtom-free, fully vaccinated and it was two weeks or more since the last dose. However, the municipality of Norrköping emphasizes that visitors need to continue to contact the care home well in advance of the visit. Visitors, employees and residents must at all times act to protect other residents that for various reasons have not been vaccinated.
  • On July 12, the Swedish government announced that in-person teaching will be the main rule during the autumn 2021. The school management have, however, in consultation with infection control doctors and the Public Health Agency, the opportunity to decide on temporary distance education or closure when there is an established risk for the spread of infection. Decisions are based on local needs and conditions. More information about what applies can be found at krisinformation.se.
  • The municipality's museums and other facilities are open with adaptation to the recommendations and restrictions that apply. In all activities, it is important to keep your distance and not to visit if you have any symptoms, even mild ones.
    cnema.se
    norrkopingsstadsmuseum.se
    visualiseringscenter.se
    norrkopingskonstmuseum.sebathing facilities
    Local libraries
  • Kulturskolan is open for pupils born 2004 and later. The teaching takes place on site at Kulturskolan and in Hörsalen. More information (in Swedish)
  • Stadsarkivet, The City Archives, is open for shorter booked visits Monday-Friday 10-12. It is important to keep distance and not to visit if having any symptoms, even mild ones. For bookings and questions about documents, please contact stadsarkivet@norrkoping.se or call 011-15 17 11 weekdays at 9-12.
  • Kontaktcenters (Contact Centre’s) reception is open. To reduce the risk of spreading the virus the general public is advised that if possible refrain from visiting and instead get in touch with the Contact Centre via phone: 011-15 00 00 or e-mail: norrkoping.kommun@norrkoping.se.
  • The government has decided on amendments to the so-called restriction ordinance. The changes entail, among other things, new restrictions on participation in public gatherings and public events. More information
Information about the vaccination process

Vaccination is the most effective way to protect yourself and loved ones against covid-19, and also helps reduce the spread of the virus in the community.

The Public Health Agency of Sweden (Folkhälsomyndigheten) and Region Östergötland (1177) have the main responsibility for issues related to vaccination against covid-19 in this region. You can find out more about the vaccine and the vaccination process in nineteen different languages through the links below , including how to book an appointment.

Information about the vaccination process in nineteen different languages at 1177.se

Information for people who are getting vaccinated, 19 different languages, at Folkhalsomyndigheten.se

 

Posters about the vaccination process of covid-19 in different languages. The posters are produced by The Public Health Agency of Sweden.

Information about the vaccination in Somali

Information about the vaccination in Arabic

Information about the vaccination in Bosanski - Hrvatski - Српски

Information about the vaccination in Dari

Information about the vaccination in English

Information about the vaccination in Español

Information om the vaccination på Meänkieli svenska

Information about the vaccination in Polskie

Information about the vaccination in Pусский

Information about the vaccination in Romani lovari

Information about the vaccination in Romani kalderash

Information about the vaccination in Shqiptare

Information about the vaccination in Finnish

Information om the vaccination på svenska

Information from the police about vaccine scams

Right now there are many people who want to get vaccinated against covid-19, and fraudsters are taking advantage of this. Every week the police receive reports of attempted fraud, typically phone scams. Fraudsters keep finding new ways of scamming people, but there are two things to keep in mind if someone contacts you about the vaccine:

  • The vaccine is free. If someone asks for payment, it’s a scam.
  • In contacts regarding vaccination, bank details or e-identification, such as Bank ID, should never be disclosed. Healthcare services or any other will never call you unexpectedly to ask you to identify yourself with your security token or your Bank ID.

You can find more information in the documents below:

Beware of vaccine scams, information in EnligshPDF (pdf, 93.7 kB)

Beware of vaccine scams, information in SomaliPDF (pdf, 75.8 kB)

Beware of vaccine scams, information in ArabicPDF (pdf, 115 kB)

Beware of vaccine scams, information in SpanishPDF (pdf, 73.2 kB)

Information about the sharpened restrictions

Information about the sharpened restrictions in different languages. The general advice on everyone's responsibility to prevent infection currently applies until the 30th of September.

Posters with the national sharpened restrictions from the 14th of December in differens languages. The posters are in A3. They are produced by Länsstyrelsen Östergötland och Region Östergötland.

Information about the sharpened restrictions in Somali

Information about the sharpened restrictions in Arabic

Information about the sharpened restrictions in English

Information about the sharpened restrictions in Farsi

Information about the sharpened restrictions in Finnish

Information om de striktare restriktionerna på svenska

Information about the sharpened restrictions in Tigrinya

Kontakt
Kontaktcenter

Förvaltningshuset Rosen
Trädgårdsgatan 21
602 24 Norrköping