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Nearly all corona restrictions will be lifted next week and the date for vaccinating schoolkids has been brought forward. Meanwhile, changes in the migration law have upset PhD-students and universities alike. We also look at why a limestone quarry on Gotland has become such a contentious issue, and hear more about Finance Minister Magdalena Anders…
 
Starting in November, children 12 to 15 years old can get a Covid-19 vaccine in Sweden. And we hear how Sweden's most populated region is trying to get more residents to inoculate themselves against the virus, as pockets of people, especially in big cities, are still hesitant to get one. Also in this week's episode, with less than a year before the…
 
Plus: With a year until the next planned general election, learn which issues are key. Find out about the controversy over three women deported to Sweden from Syria. Hear reactions to Abba's comeback. Reporters: Frank Radosevich and Hagar Jemal. Producer / presenter: Brett Ascarelli.Av Sveriges Radio
 
Radio Sweden speaks to Stockholm City about its moves to help those newly arrived from Afghanistan . Also, hear from volunteers helping the quota refugees adapt to their new surroundings and find out what it is like to be uprooted from life in Kabul. Plus, concerns over the high percentage of Covid ICU patients who are unvaccinated and the debate o…
 
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