Information about coronavirus (English)

You should not visit a court if you have symptoms. This is true even if you have mild symptoms.

If you have symptoms such as coughing, fever, shortness of breath or a runny nose, you should not visit a court. This is true even if you only have mild symptoms.

Please remember to keep your distance

Be considerate of others and protect yourself – keep a distance of 1.5 - 2 meters from everybody else.

With the prevailing situation in progress and the Government's decision on public gatherings and public events, the District Court has decided to limit the number of visitors to our premises to a maximum of 8 persons. 

Beyond this number will people who have been summoned by the Court gain access to the premises. The capacity for spectators in the court rooms is severely limited due to infection control reasons. People who have not been summoned by the Court can not count on gaining access to the hearings. The presiding judge decides whether there is sufficient capacity for spectators in the court room. This is in effect until further notice. If you have any questions, e-mail

Are you summoned to a court hearing?

If you have received summons to a court hearing but are unable to attend you must contact the court for information on what applies.

Please contact the court preferably by e-mail.

Statistics and news related to the corona virus

The Swedish National Courts Administration produces statistics on how the courts are affected by the corona pandemic. This information is only available in Swedish.

Do you have questions about the coronavirus (COVID–19)?

If you have symptoms, you should call 1177.

If you have general questions about coronavirus (COVID-19), you can call the national information number 113 13.


Follow the development regarding the coronavirus

If you want to follow the development regarding the coronavirus, you can visit the website of the Public Health Agency of Sweden or the website of the Government offices of Sweden.


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