Due to the pandemic that is still roaming all parts of the known world we must remain vigilant. Recommendations and restrictions within Sweden may lead to changes for the conditions for the event.
This text was last updated April 1st 2022
The pandemic is not over but has moved into a new phase and is now no longer considered to be a general threat to the population (allmänfarlig sjukdom) in Sweden. Currently the number of new cases in Sweden is relatively low and has been stable and slowly dropping in the past couple of months. In other parts of the world this is not currently the case and noone know what the situation will be like in the end of May.
In order to make the upcoming Double Wars as safe as possible for everyone participating we will have special rules in place. The text below is divided into 3 sections:
a list of rules that will be the minimum at the event regardless of what Swedish regulations and recommendations are at the time
what we currently think will be the rules (in addition to the above) at the event based on current restrictions and recommendations in Sweden
current rules and recommendations for people traveling to Sweden
This text will be updated as needed in the months and days leading up to the event. We will monitor the situation continuously and post new information as soon as possible.
Our goal is to have a fantastic event, meet new and old friends and have the time of our lives! We know that we can achieve this and still be healthy during and after the event if we all work together.
List of rules that will be the minimum at the event regardless of what Swedish regulations and recommendations are at the time
All participants 18 years and older must be fully vaccinated for covid-19 and have a valid COVID Certificate (in Swedish covidbevis) to prove this. Participants living within the EU must have a valid EU Digital COVID Certificate and those living outside the EU need to have an equivalent certificate to prove they are fully vaccinated.
Participants under the age of 18 do not need to show proof of vaccination status.
Participants who due to medical reasons can not be vaccinated must be able to show acceptable proof of this.
EU Digital COVID certificates showing vaccin status or the equivalent will be checked directly when you enter the site before you are allowed to set up camp, go to your indoor sleeping space, unpack your car or participate in any activities.
All participants who have symptoms of infectious diseases are asked to stay at home.
The troll, chirurgeon and head autocrats can refuse admittance to event participants who arrive at Double Wars with signs of infectious disease such as cough, sneezing, runny nose, fever etc. This is to prevent the spread of any infectious disease amongst participants.
Participants who develop symptoms of infectious disease while at the event are asked to avoid close contact with other participants. They are asked to contact the autocrat of the day and/or chirurgeon so that they can receive help with food and drink and other necessities. Participants who show signs of infectious disease may be asked to leave the site.
Those sleeping in a tent/caravan are asked to stay in their tent until they can leave the site.
Those sleeping indoors must directly contact the autocrat of the day and/or chirurgeon for instructions on where to stay until they can leave the site.
Wash your hands thoroughly several times per day and always before handling food.
Do not share eating utensils or drinking vessels, always drink only from your own cup or bottle.
Fighters, fencers and archers are required to bring their own water bottles marked with their name/device and not share drinks with others. Any water bearers will only offer to refill personal bottles, not offer drinks from communal bottles. Fighter snacks will be served using serving utensils.
Bring your own napkins and hand sanitizer and use them as needed.
What we currently think will be the rules (in addition to the above) at the event based on current restrictions and recommendations in Sweden
Only the minimum rules stated above.
Current rules and recommendations for people traveling to Sweden