Unlike the rest of Europe, Sweden has so far taken a relatively mild stance in the fight against coronavirus. The spending is changing now.

In Sweden, 59 people have died as a result of a coronary virus on Wednesday, and it has caused Sweden to sharply tighten its coronary line.

In total, 239 people have died from coronavirus in Sweden. The number has more than doubled in just three days, as on March 29, 111 people had died of coronavirus in Sweden.

Swedish Minister of Social Affairs and Health Lena Hallengren and Johan Carlson, director general of the country's Public Health Institute, on Wednesday introduced new guidelines and regulations aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.

The most important of these concern customer numbers in shops and shops, public transport and the operation of sports clubs in the country.

However, schools in Sweden remain open.

According to the Swedish Public Health Agency's website, shops and stores need to start simultaneously limiting the number of customers inside and deciding how to better arrange check-in at checkouts. The stores also have to make sure that the customers stay far enough away from each other.

Frequent public transport shifts and cancellations will be discontinued to prevent people from being packed into less frequent vehicles. The number of passengers that can be taken on a vehicle at a time is limited.

"No big easter party"

Whenever possible, sports clubs should hold training sessions and other gatherings, cancel matches, competitions and Cups and limit the number of spectators.

- Sport is a bit of a double barrel. On the other hand, we want people to exercise and exercise outdoors. Even older and at-risk people walk and exercise outdoors. I see people doing it exemplarily, Carlson told Aftonbladet.

Organizations and associations must cancel and reschedule their annual meetings and other meetings if they are required to meet in one place.

Employers were also made their own demands. Employers need to ensure that employees have a sufficient distance from each other, favor teleworking from home, and avoid all absolutely necessary commuting.

- Do not travel to another location and therefore burden health care there. No unneeded trips to the country or anywhere, or any big Easter party, Hallengren emphasized.

People over 70 and those at risk must avoid close contact with other people and avoid using public transport or public transport at all. They are also advised to leave their shopping and pharmacy purchases to others and to avoid common places where many other people gather.

Non-risk groups are encouraged to exercise outdoors as little as possible. You should not go to cafes, restaurants or shops except for essential reasons.