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COVID-19

TRAVEL SAFELY AND STAY TUNED ON COVID-19 (Updated 16.9.2020)

The Finnish travel restrictions since last week (11th of Sep) are now closer to the European level where travel is allowed from countries with 25 cases /100 000 population.

Facts on the new alignments: The government has released new alignments starting from 11th of September 2020, stating that Finland´s international travel is now divided into two groups: Stays under 72 hours and stays exceeding 72 hours.

We will keep you informed on the details on this page as the decision making proceed.

Read here: Practical information for travelers to Finland during corona pandemic

Read here: Finnish Border Guard instructions for entry to Finland

Read here: Latest updates from Finnish government

Download the Koronavilkku app here!

Koronavilkku is a contact tracing app produced by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) to help you find out whether you may have been exposed to coronavirus. If you have a coronavirus test and are diagnosed as infected, you can use the app to share this anonymously with those you have been in close contact with. Your privacy is strongly protected.

Use respirator mask

Take care of your own and your kids hygiene

Wash your hands properly to stop the virus from spreading! Use soap and wash your hands for 20 seconds.

Stop the virus – Cough and sneeze correctly! When you cough and sneeze, always use a tissue and throw used tissues accordingly to the bin

Reducing close contacts is now also important for healthy people, as this slows down the spread of the  epidemic!

IF YOU THINK YOU MAY HAVE BEEN INFECTED WITH THE CORONAVIRUS FOLLOW THESE STEPS

Call the health centre to make an appointment only in an urgent case

Mon–Thu: 8:00–16:00
Fri: 8:00–15:00

+358 (0)16 322 4600 / Urheilukatu Health Centre
+358 (0)16 322 4610 / Pulkamontie Health Centre
+358 (0)16 322 4620 / Rinteenkulma Health Centre

Follow the instructions given to you on the phone. If you think you have been infected with the coronavirus, select corona.

At other times:
+358 (0)16 322 4800 / Emergency care at Lapland Central Hospital

READ HERE: LATEST UPDATES ON CORONA VIRUS: 

NATIONWIDE EMERGENCY NUMBER: 112

 

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