Swedish government announces new restrictions following sharp rise in COVID-19 cases
- The government announced new restrictions and extended other measures on Monday to try to combat a sharp rise in the number of new Covid-19 cases.
- They include limits on audience sizes and closing restaurants and bars serving alcohol at 11pm.
- Swedish PM Magdalena Andersson said these new measures are temporary but gave no deadline for when they might end.
For more on Sweden’s new measures, listen to Radio Sweden’s full report.
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