Sweden bans alcohol sales after 10pm

24 November, 2020

The Prime Minister of Sweden, Stefan Lofven, has made the decision to implement stringent measures on the sale of alcohol at bars and restaurants – making it illegal for these to be sold after 10pm with the average daily infection rate being at 4,000 cases a day. These measures were introduced on the 20th of November and will be in place until at least February. Any businesses that serve alcohol will have to close by 10:30pm under the new rules.

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