Via Folkhälsomyndigheten, the Swedish public health agency: New cases of measles in Sweden. Excerpt from a Google translation:
The past month has five cases of measles reported in various locations in Sweden. Measles is a serious disease that is transmitted very easily. People who suspect measles should contact the medical advice number 1177. Measles vaccine provides good protection and the Public Health Agency wishes to emphasize the importance of being vaccinated.
In Stockholm investigated right now three measles cases were born in the 1940 - and 1960's who had fallen ill recently. None of them had been abroad before they became ill and tracing is in progress to clarify the source of infection. Two more people with measles have been reported from Örebro and Skåne. In these cases, these involved a person who has been abroad or had contact with people who have recently been abroad.
Measles spreading in Europe
There is no domestic contagion in Sweden, but the disease still circulating in many countries in Europe and elsewhere. Between November 2012 and October 2013 were reported over 12 000 cases of measles from the European countries involved in the monitoring. Most cases were reported from Italy, the Netherlands, Romania, United Kingdom and Germany. Measles are also still in many other countries.
The post goes on to note that Sweden has over 95% complete vaccination of children.