Sudden Rise in Serb Refugees
Housing for refugees is in short supply due to a sudden surge of applicants.
The Migration Board has hired camping sites and other temporary dwellings. Health care is also an urgent priority.
So far this year 22,045 people have applied for asylum in Sweden - a full 4,000 have Serbian citizenship. This compares with only 421 Serbian applications for the whole of last year.
The president of Tjörn municipality is critical of how the Migration Board is handling the situation.
Martin Johansen, of the Folkpartiet, says to news agency TT that he only got one day's notice to organise places for over 100 asylum seekers.