Good news for the UK. After Britain recorded its highest daily rate of new infections since mid-May last week, but on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020, the government of Sweden took Britain off its red-list of countries it advises citizens not to travel to.
Despite a pick-up in new coronavirus cases and restrictions on public gatherings, but Swedes can now travel freely to most European destinations.
But, Finland, Ireland, the Baltic countries, and Malta remain on the red-list.
The government of Sweden makes a rules to banned gatherings of more than six people across most of the country.