Acknowledge social distancing!
Be considerate, protect yourself and others by keeping 1,5-2 meters (5-7 feet) distance to fellow visitors.
If you are called to trial
If you have received a notice to appear in court, that summons is mandatory until you receive different information from the courthouse.
If you are experiencing symptoms of a respiratory illness, even if mild, you must contact the district court. Contact information can be found on your summons.
If experiencing milder symptoms, it might be possible to appear in court from home, through phone or video conference system. Video conference requires a computer with webcam, smartphone or tablet and a stable internet connection.
It might be possible to appear by video conference from your home, even if you are currently healthy. If you wish to do so, contact the court as soon as possible to find out if it is possible in your individual case.
Contacting Växjö District Court
Contact us for further information or if you can’t make it to trial.
You will reach us best through e-mail but can also use phone during office hours:
Statistics and news related to 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.
Study visitations and visits by the public
Due to the pandemic we all need to work together to reduce the rate of infection.
The public is urged to avoid all unnecessary visits to the courthouse. Do not visit district court if you have any symptoms of illness, such as but not limited to, coughing, fever, shortness of breath or runny nose. This advice is ongoing and aim to protect people at risk, whose presence at court is mandatory.
We have cancelled planned study visitations and for the time being won’t accept new bookings.
Questions regarding Covid-19
If you are experiencing symptoms, contact 1177.
For general questions regarding Covid-19, call the national information at 113 13.