"From June 13, symptom-free people are expected to be able to travel in Sweden," Prime Minister Stefan Löfven said at a press conference on June 4. The Public Health Authority believes that domestic travel can be made if you take responsibility and keep a distance. “Although some restrictions are now being lifted, this does not mean that life will return to normal. Important restrictions are still in place such as the ban on visiting the elderly,” added Deputy Prime Minister Isabella Lövin. Swedes' confidence in the government's and the Public Health Authority's handling of the corona pandemic is falling, according to a survey by SVT / Novus. The survey shows that in April 63% had high confidence in the government's ability to deal with the corona crisis, but now the number has dropped to 45%. The confidence in the Public Health Agency of Sweden (FHM) has also dropped, from 73 to 65 %.