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Under tio år drev han upp Croatia Yacht Club från ett litet bolag till en omsättning på 150 miljoner, sextio båtar och reseindustrins bästa vinstmarginal per anställd 2018. För två år sedan sålde Niklas bolaget till Dream Yacht som är störst i världen inom segling. Han stannade kvar som vd i två och drev den nordiska verksamheten. Vinsten investera…
 
Swedes will have to wait another two weeks before the first easing of Covid restrictions. But as we find out, older Swedes who have been vaccinated are already booking holidays abroad. Also, brotherly love. How identical twins separated by the prolonged closure of the Swedish/Norwegian border, every weekend travel to meet in the middle of a bridge …
 
Värmland is doing it. So is Stockholm along with Kalmar and Jönköping, too. Those regions have started phase four, the final stage of Sweden's vaccination program. It's when the general public can begin booking their Covid-19 vaccine. We take a closer look at the country's vaccine roll out - how far it's come and how much longer it has to go. Also:…
 
We find out from the e-health agency how its new Green Certificate will work for people who have been vaccinated. Also, it's a traditional weekend of partying for students in the country but will be the corona restrictions put a dampener on celebrations? We find out. Dave Russell david.russell@sverigesradio.se…
 
Even as more people have been vaccinated, Sweden remains in its third wave of the pandemic and the government does not want to ease restrictions yet. You'll also learn about a new rule that could make being a foreign student in Sweden less stressful during the pandemic. We cover reactions to the announcement that the government wants to shut Bromma…
 
A David against Goliath victory in court for residents of a small town who unknowlingly drank poisoned tap water for years. We hear the shocking story from one of those affected. Also, how people in the Uppsala region are being urged to go into "personal lockdown". We visit one of the largest vaccination venues in Europe. British citizens living he…
 
Health officials in the EU say they've found a possible link between rare blood clots and a coronavirus vaccine from AstraZeneca. We hear what that finding could mean for Sweden. We also take a look at the government's proposal to overhaul Sweden's migration laws with a new system the government hopes will replace an emergency law put in place back…
 
Delays in the vaccines programme. How one church deals with the restrictions over Easter. A look at the legal arguments for international students whose student visas are not extended. Plus: some typical Swedish april fools jokes. Presenter: Ulla Engberg Producer: Sujay DuttAv Sveriges Radio
 
We visited a primary healthcare centre to find out how their vaccinations have been affected by the Astra Zeneca stop and their hopes for its resumption. Also, how Sweden's image among its' Nordic neighbours has changed for the worse, we've news of why men may suffer more serious illness from Covid-19 and should Sweden boycott the World Cup in Qata…
 
In this edition of our weekly programme we hear from listeners who say they are worried about how slowly Sweden is vaccinating its population. We also hear from those in charge of Sweden's local vaccination programmes, and look at the European Union-wide angle by speaking to the head of Sweden's Social Democrat MEPs, Heléne Fritzon. Presenter: Louk…
 
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