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Alert: COVID-19 Update #26

Alert: COVID-19 Update #26: Border Closure and Canceled Flights from Denmark and U.K.; New COVID-19 recommendations from the Public Health Agency of Sweden; Extension of Travel Restrictions for Entry into Sweden; Embassy closed December 24, 25, 31 and January 1. Event: The U.S. Embassy continues to monitor the rapidly changing conditions due to COVID-19 in ...
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Alert – U.S. Embassy Stockholm, Sweden

Alert: COVID-19 Update #26: Border Closure and Canceled Flights from Denmark and U.K.; New COVID-19 recommendations from the Public Health Agency of Sweden; Extension of Travel Restrictions for Entry into Sweden; Embassy closed December 24, 25, 31 and January 1. Event: The U.S. Embassy continues to monitor the rapidly changing conditions due to COVID-19 in ...
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Information on the Expansion of National Interest Exceptions for Travel

While routine nonimmigrant visa services remain heavily impacted, U.S. Embassy Stockholm continues to provide emergency and mission critical visa services to applicants exempted from COVID-19 related Presidential Proclamations. For more information on the presidential proclamations, see  the travel.state website . Exceptions to the proclamations fall into the following categories: students, investors, academics, public health professionals, government officials, crewmembers, family members of ...
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Remarks for Virtual KTH Event on Entrepreneurship

Hello and thank you, Clara, for welcoming me today to speak to you all!  It is truly an honor as the U.S. Ambassador to Sweden to be speaking to students at the Royal Institute of Technology, one of Sweden’s most prestigious universities.  In fact, as far as I am aware, KTH is the only university in Sweden that a sitting U.S. president has visited to see the amazing technology that it creates. Technology, ...
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Nobel 2020 Statement

As the world’s eyes turn to Sweden today, Alfred Nobel Day, it is fitting that we take time to honor those who have conferred what he called the “greatest benefit on mankind.”  It is even more important this year that we celebrate the men and women who have received Nobel Prizes.  The virus may have ...
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