Stream of Hope
And Covid-19

Learn more about The Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund's measures during the Covid-19 pandemic in general and during Stream of Hope 2020.

During Stream of Hope

Thankfully, gaming is all digital – and so is Stream of Hope. However, to keep everyone safe in the studio, and to minimize the risk of spreading the corona virus, we do the following:

  1. Limit the number of attendees to a maximum of 8 people.
  2. Wash your hands often and thoroughly.
  3. Keep distance - both between players, streamers and staff.
  4. Minimize the number of physical participants at all times.

Our Approach

At The Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation, we base our work and vision on the child and the family. We meet victims daily and work in close collaboration with the regional child cancer centers to contribute to an improved situation for those who are vulnerable.

Therefore, it is natural for us to, due to the coronavirus, take a number of measures to continue to protect those who already have a weakened immune system. One of these efforts is that we urge our employees to reduce social contact and therefore work from home.

The measures taken for our external activities mean, among other things, that we will not participate in or arrange major meetings or gatherings, and the physical activities organized by the Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation nationally and regionally are suspended for the time being.  

General guidelines

To keep viral diseases away in general, you are recommended to:

  1. Wash your hands often and thoroughly.
  2. Not touch your face.
  3. Cough and sneeze in the armpit.
  4. Avoid body contact (eg, holding hands or hugging) when visiting someone. If you are ill or have disease symptoms, stay at home, and do not expose others to the risk of infection.

The Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation follows developments closely and adapts our guidelines and approaches based on what the situation requires. Updated information can be found at