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Reliable information about the coronavirus and vaccination

Pålitlig information om covid-19 och om vaccination - engelska

We have listed tips, films and links to good and reliable information. Some are available in many languages, some are only available in Swedish.

Information you can trust

You can trust the information on these websites. They spread no false rumors. If you can't find the information you are searching for, call the national information number 113 13. 

Talk to someone if you´re feeling worried

If you are feeling worried, it is always good to tell someone how you feel. You can talk to a friend, a parent, a teacher or an other adult that you trust. 

There are also places you can call, email or chat with (in Swedish on UMO.se).

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